InFORMATIOn / QUICK FACTS Director of Athletics Troy Austin ....................................................................... 434.395.2057 ............................................................................ firstname.lastname@example.org Associate AD for Student-Athlete Enhancement / SWA Michelle Meadows ............................................................ 434.395.2429 .................................................................. email@example.com Associate AD for Media Relations (Women’s Golf Contact) Greg Prouty ...................................................................... 434.395.2097 ......................................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org Associate AD for Internal Operations Bill Irish ............................................................................ 434.395.2655 ......................................................................... email@example.com
QUICK FACTS Location ..................................................................... Farmville, Virginia Founded ........................................................................................... 1839 Enrollment ...................................................................................... 4,709 Nickname .................................................................................... Lancers Colors ................................................................................. Blue & White Affiliation ..................................................................... NCAA Division I Conference ............................................................................... Big South President ................................................................ W. Taylor Reveley IV Alma Mater ............................................................................... Princeton Facilities ................................................................. Longwood Golf Club .................................................................... The Manor Resort Golf Club Letterwinners R/L ............................................................................... 4/3 Newcomers ............................................................................................ 4
Faculty Athletics Representative Dr. Consuelo Alvarez ........................................................ 434.395.2847 ....................................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org
COnTEnTS Information / Quick Facts ...................................................................... 1 Big South Conference ......................................................................... 2-3 Head Coach Ali Wright .......................................................................... 4 Team Photo & Roster ............................................................................. 5 2013-14 Lancers ............................................................................... 6-10 2012-13 Results .................................................................................... 11 Championship Tradition ................................................................. 12-19 Program Records .................................................................................. 20 Program Honors ................................................................................... 21 Golf Course Facilities .......................................................................... 22 Longwood University ..................................................................... 23-24 Farmville/Virginia ................................................................................ 25 University President/Executive Steering Council ................................ 26 Director of Athletics/Division I History ............................................... 27 Athletics Administration ................................................................. 28-30 Athletics Administration/Athletics Media Relations ........................... 31 Athletics/Coaching Staff ................................................................. 32-33 The Lancer Club ................................................................................... 34 2013-14 Schedule .................................................................. Back Cover
Director of Compliance Alex Ricker-Gilbert .......................................................... 434.395.2417 ............................................................. email@example.com
WOMEn’S GOlF COACHInG STAFF Head Coach Ali Wright .................................................... 434.395.2565 .......................................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org
Director of Athletics Academic Services Maya Ozery ...................................................................... 434.395.4918 .......................................................................... email@example.com
DiD You Know Longwood university, celebrating its 175th anniversary this year, is among the 100 oldest colleges and universities in the nation, and the third oldest public university in Virginia … Longwood is also one of the 50 oldest nCAA Division i schools in the country.
Associate AD for External Relations Scott Bacon ....................................................................... 434.395.2081 ........................................................................ firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant AD for Marketing Eric Stoller ........................................................................ 434.395.2138 ......................................................................... email@example.com Assistant AD for Sports Medicine / Head Athletic Trainer Jenna Page ........................................................................ 434.395.2965 .......................................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org Assistant AD for Athletics Fields and Maintenance Alpha Jones ...................................................................... 434.395.2982 .......................................................................... email@example.com
Director of Athletics Business Operations Bryan Cornn ..................................................................... 434.395.2614 ........................................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org Director of Strength and Conditioning John Hark ......................................................................... 434.395.2772 ........................................................................... email@example.com Special Assistant to the Athletics Director Stuart Smith ..................................................................... 434.395.2059 ....................................................................... firstname.lastname@example.org Main Office ....................................................................... 434.395.2057 Fax ..................................................................................... 434.395.2568 Website ....................................................... www.longwoodlancers.com Merchandise ........................................................ www.lancersgear.com Twitter ........................................ @LongwoodLancers (#LancerStrong) Facebook .................................................................. Longwood Lancers
ACCESSIBIlITy Anyone with questions concerning accessibility or accommodations related to a disability should contact Longwood University Disability Support Services, 434.395.2391. CREDITS: This 2013-14 Longwood University Women’s Golf guide has been produced by Associate Athletics Director for Media Relations Greg Prouty. Cover designs and editorial assistance by assistant director of athletics media relations Ashley Robbins. Photography by Brian Ritchie; Dyann Busse, Red Rocket Photography; and Longwood Office of Public Relations.
BIG SOUTH COnFEREnCE
Longwood University became the 12th member of the Big South Conference on July 1, 2012. Embarking on its 30th year in 2013-14, the Big South Conference has matured into a competitive leader in college athletics, actively pursuing excellence on the field of play and in the classroom. The League’s growing presence as an NCAA Division I athletic conference is evident by notable accomplishments on the national stage, innovative marketing and media partnerships, increased television packages, and quality athletic competition while intentionally fostering the academic, personal, social, athletic and leadership development of each student-athlete. This has evolved into the Conference’s mission of “Developing Leaders Through Athletics.” The Big South Conference was formed on August 21, 1983, when Charleston Southern (then Baptist College) Athletic Director Howard Bagwell and Augusta President George Christenberry began recruiting members into the Big South, receiving initial commitments from Augusta, Charleston Southern, Campbell, Coastal Carolina and Winthrop. One month later, Dr. Edward M. Singleton was selected as the League’s first Commissioner and continued to solicit new members. His efforts led to the additions of Armstrong State, Radford and UNC Asheville, giving the Big South more than the required six members to constitute an official conference. The Big South’s first year of competition was in the Fall of 1984, and in September 1986, the Big South Conference was granted full-fledged NCAA Division I status. During its infancy and prior to securing automatic bids to NCAA Championships, the Big South made early strides in earning at-large berths in several national postseason events, including volleyball, women’s basketball and women’s golf. In 1989, George F. “Buddy” Sasser replaced the retiring Dr. Singleton as Commissioner, and in 1990, the League received its first automatic bid – receiving an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Baseball Championship. Under Sasser’s seven years of leadership, the Conference implemented its public relations and compliance programs, and introduced its first-ever men’s basketball television package, featuring the Big South competing against some of the finest teams in the nation. In August 1996, Kyle B. Kallander replaced Sasser as the League’s third Commissioner, and in his 17 years at the helm of the Big South, Kallander has been instrumental in aggressively promoting the Conference to new heights. The Conference has enjoyed record levels in marketing revenue during his tenure, as he has brought television coverage to Big South women’s basketball, baseball, softball, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball and women’s lacrosse for the first time in Conference history, as well as increased national television exposure to the League as a whole through aggressive and unique television packages. Under Kallander’s leadership, the Big South developed and initiated its first long-range strategic plan, re-affirming the League’s vision as a distinctive athletic Conference committed to the quality of institutional life through athletic competition. He also spearheaded the efforts to add football as a championship sport, which came to fruition in 2002, and oversaw the additions of men’s and women’s indoor track & field in 1997 and women’s lacrosse in 2013. At the same time, Kallander has solidified Conference membership, as an all-time high 12 member institutions comprise the 30-year old League. Recent additions include High Point, Gardner-Webb, Presbyterian College and Longwood, plus the return of charter member Campbell University. Kallander’s long range vision has also included technological advancements, as the Conference introduced its first live video streaming event in 2005 and has since expanded its video offerings to more than 900 events annually through a partnership with the member institutions, as well as the creation of several online and social media platforms. Since 2000, the Big South Conference has experienced monumental growth and success in nearly every sport. During this time, the Conference has had an individual National Champion six times, has had more than 300 All-Americans, has reached the “Sweet 16” in men’s soccer, women’s basketball and baseball, has received national Top 25 rankings in football, men’s soccer, men’s basketball, women’s basketball, baseball, men’s outdoor track & field, and men’s golf, had an individual selected to play in the NCAA Singles Championship seven times in addition to the first men’s tennis doubles at-large selection, had the first women’s golf program advance to the national finals, had the No. 1 ranked men’s golfer in the country, had the nation’s top scoring men’s basketball team five consecutive years as well as the national men’s basketball scoring leader twice, has received two at-large playoff berths in the Football Championship Subdivision since 2006, has had six NFL Draft picks, and has had two institutions finish in the top 10 in the NCAA Men’s Golf Championships -- including the Conference’s highest-ever team finish in an NCAA event (fifth in 2007). In 2006-07, the Big South was the only Conference nationwide to have an at-large participant in the football playoffs (Coastal Carolina), a team in the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament (Winthrop) and a No. 1 seed in the NCAA Baseball Regionals (Coastal Carolina). In fact, Coastal Carolina’s baseball program has been a No. 1 seed four times -- including a national seed for the first time in 2010, while the Chanticleers’ FCS playoff berth in 2006 came in just the fifth-year of the Big South’s football existence. The 2009-10 season saw Liberty’s Sam Chelanga win two NCAA National Championships (cross country, 10,000-meter run); Coastal Carolina’s baseball team reach the Super Regionals for the second time in three years as well as being ranked No. 1 in the national RPI and as high as No. 3 in the national polls; and three women’s basketball teams reach the postseason for the first time in Conference history. In 2010-11, Chelanga won two more NCAA National Championships (cross country, outdoor 5,000-meter run), the Big South had its first automatic bid recipient in football (Coastal Carolina), UNC Asheville reached the Second Round of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament, Coastal Carolina’s women’s golf team was the first in Conference history to advance to the NCAA Championship out of Regional play, and a League-record 18 baseball players were drafted in the 2011 MLB First-Year Player Draft. In 2011-12, the Big South had a record five individuals selected for the NCAA Men’s Golf Regionals -- the most of any Division I conference, as well as a record 42
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All-Americans. This past season, the Big South had 32 student-athletes earn All-America distinction, while another 12 were named Academic All-Americans. The Conference also had two football playoff teams – and two playoff wins -- for the first time, had a women’s basketball team win a postseason game for the first time since 2005, had a League-record four men’s basketball teams selected for postseason play, had two men’s soccer teams reach the NCAA Tournament for the second consecutive season, and had two men’s and women’s golf programs selected for NCAA Regional play. Several former Big South student-athletes have also reached national prominence in recent years. Coastal Carolina’s Amber Campbell made the U.S. Olympic Team in 2008 and 2012, and was one of five former Big South athletes to compete in the 2008 Games; High Point’s Tamas Kovacs qualified for the 2012 London Games; VMI’s Reggie Williams reached the NBA with the Golden State Warriors in 2010, UNC Asheville’s Ty Wigginton was named an American League All-Star in 2010, and Coastal Carolina’s Dustin Johnson has won seven PGA Tour events since departing the Big South Conference in 2007. Three former Big South baseball players made their major league debuts in 2012, while Avery Warley became the third Big South women’s basketball player to play in the WNBA two years ago. The Conference’s tagline, “Developing Leaders Through Athletics” was unveiled in 2008-09 in conjunction with the Conference’s 25th Anniversary. The League also honored its heritage with the Top 25 “Best of the Best” moments in League history from 1983-2008, with Liberty University’s 10-year women’s basketball championship run from 1996-2007 being crowned the No. 1 moment in the Big South’s first 25 years. The Conference’s on-field accomplishments have been duplicated in the classroom. For the past four years, nearly 50 percent of Conference’s studentathletes were named to the Big South’s Presidential Honor Roll for maintaining a 3.0 grade-point average for the academic year, and the League has had more than 110 Academic All-Americans in its history. Furthermore, the Big South has recorded double figure totals in NCAA Public Recognition Awards for APR progress the last four years. As part of this year’s 30th anniversary celebration, the League will recognize All-Decade Teams for each sport spanning the Conference’s first three decades of existence. BIG SOUTH COnFEREnCE Phone: 704.341.7990 / Fax: 704.341.7991 / www.BigSouthSports.com Founded: 1983 President: Dr. Frank Bonner, Gardner-Webb University Vice President: Dr. Jerry Wallace, Campbell University Commissioner: Kyle B. Kallander Associate Commissioner: James Companion Associate Commissioner: Dawn Turner Assistant Commissioner - Public Relations: Mark Simpson Assistant Commissioner - Marketing: Chad Cook Director of Multimedia Development: Mark Bryant Assistant Director of Marketing: Matt VanSandt Assistant Director of Public Relations: Nic Bowman Assistant Director of Compliance: Sherika Montgomery Marketing Assistant Intern: Lauren Marvinney Public Relations Assistant Intern: Bryan Dillon Member Institutions (12) Campbell University, Charleston Southern University, Coastal Carolina University, Gardner-Webb University, High Point University, Liberty University, Longwood University, Presbyterian College, Radford University, UNC Asheville, Virginia Military Institute, Winthrop University; Associate Member: Davidson College (women's lacrosse) Geographical Breakdown (3 states) Virginia (4): Liberty, Longwood, Radford, Virginia Military Institute; North Carolina (4): Campbell, Gardner-Webb, High Point, UNC Asheville; South Carolina (4): Charleston Southern, Coastal Carolina, Presbyterian, Winthrop Championship Sports (19) Baseball, Men's Basketball, Women's Basketball, Men's Cross Country, Women's Cross Country, Football, Men's Golf, Women's Golf, Women's Lacrosse, Men's Soccer, Women's Soccer, Softball, Men's Tennis, Women's Tennis, Men's Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, Women's Indoor and Outdoor Track & Field, Volleyball Council of Chief Executive Officers: Jerry Wallace, Campbell; Jairy C. Hunter, Jr., Charleston Southern; David DeCenzo, Coastal Carolina; Frank Bonner, Gardner-Webb; Nido Qubein, High Point; Jerry L. Falwell, Jr., Liberty; W. Taylor Reveley IV, Longwood; Claude Lilly, Presbyterian; Penelope W. Kyle, Radford; Anne Ponder, UNC Asheville; J.H. Binford Peay III, VMI; Jayne Marie Comstock, Winthrop.
2013 BIG SOUTH WOMEn’S GOlF AWARDS All-Conference Team Brittany Henderson, Sr., Coastal Carolina Lisbeth Brooks, So., Campbell Jessica Alexander, Sr., Coastal Carolina Teresa Urquizu, Sr., Campbell Brooke Bellomy, So., Campbell Amanda Steinhagen, Jr., longwood Meagan Wallace, R-Jr., Winthrop Alexandra Austin, So., Radford Kaylin Yost, Jr., Campbell Tahnia Ravnjak, Fr., Campbell All-Freshman Team Tahnia Ravnjak, Campbell Lena Schaeffner, Coastal Carolina Marissa Hinchman, Coastal Carolina Tan Cheeranont, High Point Casey MacNeil, Charleston Southern All-Academic Team Lisbeth Brooks, So., Campbell Amanda D’Ostroph, Sr., Charleston Southern Brittany Henderson, Sr., Coastal Carolina Sammy Vass, Sr., Gardner-Webb Grier Bennett, So., High Point Hannah Pierce, Jr., longwood Micah Dowling, Sr., Presbyterian College Paige Reese, Jr., Radford Jennifer Dilger, So., Winthrop Golfer of the year Brittany Henderson, Sr., Coastal Carolina Freshman of the year Tahnia Ravnjak, Campbell Coach of the year John Crooks, Campbell Scholar-Athlete of the year Brittany Henderson, Sr., Coastal Carolina
HEAD COACH AlI WRIGHT Ali Wright is in her ninth year at Longwood University during 2013-14. Prior to her arrival in February 2006, she had been assisting the head coach at Ball State University during the fall of 2005, following a year as a graduate teaching assistant at her alma mater, the University of Louisville, where she was a fouryear standout for the Cardinals. Longwood posted four top-five efforts among seven top-10 finishes overall in 10 events during 2012-13, averaging 308.48, and finished third at the Big South Conference Championship.
Longwood established a new school-record scoring average of 305.3 during 2011-12 while earning one tournament win, two runners-up finishes and a third-place finish among eight top-10 team efforts overall with 18 top-20 individual finishes. The Lancers earned one tournament win and a runner-up finish among nine top-10 team efforts overall with 26 top-20 individual finishes during 2010-11. Longwood finished 2009-10 with one tournament win to go along with three runner-up efforts, enjoying seven top-10 efforts among their eight tournament dates with 19 top-20 individual finishes. The Lancers finished 2008-09 with two tournament wins among 10 top-10 efforts in the 11 events, and had 27 top-20 individual efforts. Longwood collected two tournament wins in 2007-08 as well among eight top-10 finishes in 10 events. The Lancers compiled what was then a school-record scoring average of 311.9, nearly 20 strokes better than the previous year (331.1) with 23 top-20 individual efforts during the year. Longwood earned four top-10 team finishes in nine events during 2006-07 with seven top-20 individual efforts during the year. Wright took over at Longwood for the spring season in 2006, and promptly led the Lancers to a pair of top-five team finishes in her first two tournaments. The program completed that spring with three top-10 efforts in four events, including one individual medalist finish among eight top-20 individual finishes. Wright also helped the program establish new school-records for both 18 holes and 36 holes by an individual, as well as a new individual season scoring average. Longwood placed three student-athletes on the 2010-11 National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Division I All-Scholar Team. The Lancers ranked 12th among the 2009 NGCA Division I All-Scholar Teams with an overall combined team GPA of 3.658, including four student-athletes named NGCA All-American Scholars. Longwood ranked 14th in 2008 with a team GPA of 3.546 and four All-American Scholars. The Lancers ranked 16th in 2007 with a team GPA of 3.616, including four All-American Scholars. Longwood ranked in a tie for 19th in 2006 with a team GPA of 3.559. Longwood has posted perfect scores of 1,000 over five consecutive years in the multi-year NCAA Division I Academic Progress Rate (APR). The five-straight years of posting perfect multi-year APR scores are within the Top 10 percent of all Division I women's golf teams.
2013-14 TeAm PHoTo & RoSTeR
2013-14 Longwood University Women’s Golf Team L-R: Head Coach Ali Wright, Hannah Pierce, Megan McCracken, Asha Bala Krishnan, Amanda Steinhagen, Kayleigh Reed, Courtney Tolton, Haley Carter, Amellia Boyer. Name Asha Bala Krishnan Amellia Boyer Haley Carter Megan McCracken Hannah Pierce Kayleigh Reed Amanda Steinhagen Courtney Tolton
2013-14 Longwood University Women’s Golf Roster Year Ht. Hometown/High School Sophomore 5-4 Johor Bahru, Malaysia/Methodist Girls School (Singapore) Freshman 5-5 Suffolk, Va./Isle of Wight Academy Freshman 5-6 Bassett, Va./Bassett Senior 5-7 Powhatan, Va./Powhatan Senior 5-2 King George, Va./King George Sophomore 5-9 Virginia Beach, Va./Cape Henry Collegiate School Senior 5-7 Oak Hill, Va. / Oakton Freshman 5-10 Mitchell, Ontario, Canada/St. Michael Catholic Secondary School
Head Coach: Ali Wright (8th-year)
Longwood senior Amanda Steinhagen entered her final spring campaign as the career scoring leader for the storied program at 75.52. She has five of the top 10 low rounds in the program’s history, including a career-best 68 that is tied for second-best all-time. Steinhagen also has the program’s second-best 36-hole score (140) and the third-best 54-hole score (216).
2013-14 lAnCERS SEnIOR AMAnDA STEInHAGEn OAK HIll, VIRGInIA / OAKTOn
2013-14: Fourth-year team member … career average of 75.52 through 91 rounds to rank first all-time … Fall 2013: Averaged team-best and collegiate-best 74.55 through 11 rounds … team-best and tied collegiate-best 18-hole score (68) at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate … team-best and season-best 36-hole score of 145 (72-73) at the Nittany Lion Invitational… team-best and season-best 54-hole score of 218 (73-77-68) at the Lady Pirate Intercollegiate … 2012-13: All-Big South Conference Team … averaged team-best 75.81 through 27 rounds … team-best and collegiate-best 18hole score (68) at the Yale Women’s Intercollegiate … season-best 36-hole score of 145 (74-71) at the Campbell/Fighting Camel Fall Classic … season-best 54-hole score of 220 (77-74-69) at the Penn State/Nittany Lion Invitational … earned one top-five finish among three top-10 efforts … Longwood Scholar-Athlete Award … 2011-12: Averaged team-best and collegiate-best 75.12 through 25 rounds … runner-up at the Penn State/Nittany Lion Invitational (71-75--146) … season-best 18-hole score (69) at the UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic … season-best 36-hole score of 142 (69-73) at the UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic … collegiate-best 54-hole score of 216 (69-73-74) at the UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic … earned three top-five finishes among five top-10 efforts … Longwood Scholar-Athlete Award … 2010-11: Averaged team-best 75.96 through 28 rounds … medalist at the Longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational (6971--140) … team-best and season-best 18-hole score (69) at the James Madison/Eagle Landing Golf Club Invitational and the Longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational … team-best and collegiate-best 36-hole score of 140 (69-71) at the Longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational … team-best 54-hole score of 222 at the East Carolina/Lady Pirate Intercollegiate (74-74-74) and the James Madison/Eagle Landing Golf Club Invitational (79-74-69) … earned three topfive finishes among seven top-20 efforts … National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) All-American Scholar … Longwood Scholar-Athlete Award … Longwood Freshman Female Athlete of the Year … High School: Played four years of golf at Oakton High School … 2009 Virginia High School League (VHSL) Girls Open Golf Champion (70-68--138) … 2007 VHSL Girls Open Golf Champion … finished fourth at 2008 VHSL Girls Open Golf Championship … three-time Team MVP … finished third at 2009 Regional Championship … finished third at 2008 Concorde District Championship … 2009 All-Met Player of the Year by the Washington Post … Junior/Amateur: Most decorated junior golfer to ever play at Longwood … third at 2013 Virginia State Golf Association (VSGA) Virginias Women's Stroke Play Championship (77-73-75--225) … tied for second at 2013 Tennessee Women’s Open (75-7372--220) … 2012 VSGA Women's Co-Golfer of the Year … 2012 Virginias Women's Stroke Play Champion (69-68-70--207) … first player to own the Women's Amateur and Women's Stroke Play titles in the same rotation since 1991 … advanced to round of 16 at 2012 VSGA Women’s Amateur (qualified 12th, 75-77--152) … fifth at 2012 Tennessee Women’s Open (70-71-76--217) … seventh at 2012 Eastern Amateur (71-74-80--225) … shot 75 at 2012 LPGA Kingsmill Championship Monday Qualifier (71 qualified) … 2011 VSGA Women's Golfer of the Year … 2011 VSGA Women’s Amateur Champion (7574--149 in stroke play qualifying) … first repeat winner in the event since 2001-02, and now the first player to win the Women's Amateur title two-straight years while also the reigning VSGA Junior Girls' champion … third at the 2011 Virginia Women's Stroke Play Championship (79-79-73--231) … 2010 VSGA Women’s Amateur Champion (qualifying medalist, 70) … 2010 VSGA Junior Girls’ Champion (68-74--142) … only second player to ever win both titles in same year … played in 2010 LPGA Duramed Greater Richmond Golf Classic as amateur (82-75--157) … 2009 VSGA Junior of the Year … runner-up at 2009 VSGA Women’s Stroke Play Championship (72-72-68--212) … tied for fourth at 2009 North-South Junior Girls Championship (7471-72--217) … finished fifth at 2009 VSGA Junior Girls’ Championship (75-74--149) … played in 2009 LPGA Duramed iMPACT Classic as amateur qualifier (80-77--157) … 2008 United States Girls Junior Qualifier (77-73--150) for match play … Personal: Daughter of Bev and Bob Steinhagen of Oak Hill … worked as a caddie at the Robert Trent Jones Golf Club in Gainesville, Virginia during summer 2013 … VSGA scholarship recipient … Academics: Majoring in business administration with a concentration in finance and a minor in economics … Heintz-O’Neil Scholarship recipient … Ashley Warren Taws Scholarship recipient … member of Phi Kappa Phi, Delta Sigma Pi, Alpha Lambda Delta and Geist Chapter of Mortar Board.
year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Fall 2013 CAREER
AMAnDA STEInHAGEn’S lOnGWOOD CAREER (2010-present) Rounds Shots Average low 18 low 36 28 2127 75.96 69 140 25 1878 75.12 69 142 27 2047 75.81 68 145 11 820 74.55 68 145 91 6872 75.52 68 140
low 54 222 216 220 218 216
2013-14 lAnCERS SEnIOR HAnnAH PIERCE KInG GEORGE, VIRGInIA / KInG GEORGE
2013-14: Fourth-year team member … career average of 78.87 through 77 rounds to rank seventh all-time … Fall 2013: Averaged 79.07 through 14 rounds … season-best 18-hole score (73) at the Fighting Camel Fall Classic … season-best 36-hole score of 151 (76-75) at the Yale Intercollegiate … collegiate-best 54-hole score of 226 (76-75-75) at the Yale Intercollegiate … 2012-13: Big South Conference All-Academic Team … averaged collegiate-best 76.64 through 25 rounds … runner-up at the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate (73-74--147) … collegiate-best 18-hole score (72) at the East Carolina/Lady Pirate Intercollegiate and the Big South Women’s Golf Championship … season-best 36-hole score of 147 (73-74) at the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … season-best 54hole score of 227 at the Penn State/Nittany Lion Invitational (76-74-77), the Campbell/Fighting Camel Fall Classic (77-74-76) and the Big South Women’s Golf Championship (81-74-72) … earned two top-five finishes among three top-10 efforts … Longwood Scholar-Athlete Award … Longwood All-Academic Team Award … 2011-12: Averaged 80.62 through 26 rounds … collegiate-best 18-hole score (72) at the UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic … seasonbest 36-hole score of 153 (77-76) at the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … season-best 54-hole score of 228 (80-76-72) at the UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic … earned one top-20 finish … National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) All-American Scholar … Longwood ScholarAthlete Award … Spring 2011: Transfer from James Madison University (did not play golf) in January 2011 … averaged 79.50 through 12 rounds … spring-best 18-hole score (73) back-to-back at the Longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational … collegiate-best 36-hole score of 146 (73-73) at the Longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational … spring-best 54-hole score of 242 at the College of Charleston/Kiawah Island Classic (83-83-76) and the James Madison/Eagle Landing Golf Club Invitational (87-74-81) … earned one topfive finish … NGCA All-American Scholar … High School: Played four years of golf at King George High School in King George … All-Area Player of the Year as a senior … runner-up at 2009 Virginia High School League (VHSL) Group AA State Championships (66-74--140) … runner-up at 2008 VHSL Girls State Championships (71-80--151) … three-time Battlefield District Champion … four-time All-Region, including first-team as a sophomore, junior and senior … three-time qualifier to VHSL Group AA State Championships … four-time qualifier to VHSL Girls State Championships … four-time team MVP and team captain … Junior/Amateur: Advanced to round of 8 at 2013 Women's Southern Golf Association Amateur (qualified fourth, 73) … tied for eighth at 2012 Virginia Women's Stroke Play Championship (78-75-75--228) … advanced to round of 16 at 2012 VSGA Women’s Amateur (qualified third, 75-69--144) … fifth at 2011 Virginia Women's Stroke Play Championship (76-75-84--235) … 2009 Trusted Choice/Optimist Junior Golf Classic Champion … Personal: Daughter of Sheri and Erik Pierce of King George … father played basketball at Shenandoah University … completed an internship at the Washington, D.C. Metropolitan Police Department in the sexual assault unit during summer of 2013 … Academics: Majoring in psychology and criminology with minors in homeland security and sociology … member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, Alpha Phi Sigma, Psi Chi and Lambda Alpha Epsilon.
year Spring 2011 2011-12 2012-13 Fall 2013 CAREER
HAnnAH PIERCE’S lOnGWOOD CAREER (2011-present) Rounds Shots Average low 18 low 36 12 954 79.50 73 146 26 2096 80.62 72 153 25 1916 76.64 72 147 14 1107 79.07 73 151 77 6073 78.87 72 146
low 54 242 228 227 226 226
2013-14 lAnCERS SEnIOR MEGAn McCRACKEn POWHATAn, VIRGInIA / POWHATAn
2013-14: Fourth-year team member … career average of 89.04 through 26 rounds … Fall 2013: Averaged collegiatebest 87.44 through nine rounds … collegiate-best 18-hole score (76) at the Nittany Lion Invitational … collegiate-best 36-hole score of 164 (76-88) at the Nittany Lion Invitational … collegiate-best 54-hole score of 254 (76-88-90) at the Nittany Lion Invitational … 2012-13: Averaged 90.29 through 14 rounds … collegiate-best 18-hole score (85) at the Penn State/Nittany Lion Invitational … collegiate-best 36-hole score of 173 (88-85) at the Penn State/Nittany Lion Invitational … collegiate-best 54-hole score of 264 (88-85-91) at the Penn State/Nittany Lion Invitational … 201112: Averaged collegiate-best 88.00 through three rounds … season-best 18-hole score (86) at the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … season-best 36-hole score of 178 (88-90) at the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … collegiate-best 54-hole score of 264 (88-90-86) at the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … 2010-11: Did not play any competitive rounds … High School: Played four years of golf at Powhatan High School … team co-captain as a senior … helped team to three Southside District Championships (2006-08) … competed in three Virginia High School League (VHSL) District and Regional Golf Championships (2006, 2008-09) … competed in three-straight VHSL Girl's State Golf Championships (2007-09) … competed in 2006 VHSL Boy's State Golf Championships … 2009 Coach's Award … four-time VHSL Academic Excellence Award recipient (2006-09) … Junior/Amateur: Earned multiple first place finishes on the Richmond Junior Golf Tour … Personal: Daughter of Stacy and Jeff McCracken of Powhatan … sister (Nicole) is a graduate of Longwood … completed an internship at the Adams, Jenkins and Cheatham CPA firm in Midlothian and worked at Mill Quarter Plantation Golf Course in Powhatan during summer 2013 … Academics: Majoring in business administration with a concentration in accounting … attended the 2013 Big South Conference SAAC Leadership Conference in Black Mountain, North Carolina.
year 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 Fall 2013 Career
MEGAn McCRACKEn’S lOnGWOOD CAREER (2010-present) Rounds Shots Average low 18 low 36 DNP 3 264 88.00 86 178 14 1264 90.29 85 173 9 787 87.44 76 164 26 2315 89.04 76 164
low 54 264 264 254 254
2013-14 lAnCERS SOPHOMORE ASHA BAlA KRISHnAn JOHOR BAHRU, MAlAySIA / METHODIST GIRlS SCHOOl (SInGAPORE) 2013-14: Second-year team member … career average of 80.61 through 28 rounds … Fall 2013: Averaged collegiatebest 87.44 through nine rounds … collegiate-best 18-hole score (73) at the Yale Intercollegiate … collegiate-best 36-hole score of 159 (78-81) at the Nittany Lion Invitational… collegiate-best 54-hole score of 233 (78-81-74) at the Nittany Lion Invitational … Spring 2013: Enrolled at Longwood for the spring semester in January 2013 … averaged 81.14 through 14 rounds … spring-best 18-hole score (76) at the College of Charleston/Kiawah Island Classic and the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … spring-best 36-hole score of 157 (81-76) at the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … spring-best 54-hole score of 235 (79-80-76) at the College of Charleston/Kiawah Island Classic … High School: Played four years of golf at the Methodist Girls School in Singapore … helped team to National Inter-Schools Championships in 2010 and 2012, finishing as runners-up in 2011 … 2012 National InterSchools Individual Champion, finishing third in 2009 and 2011 … Personal: Daughter of Natassha and Peter Krishnan of Johor Bahru, Malaysia … volunteers at local charities in Singapore and has taken mission trips to Taiwan and India … Academics: Majoring in business administration.
ASHA BAlA KRISHnAn’S lOnGWOOD CAREER (2013-present) year Rounds Shots Average low 18 low 36 Spring 2013 14 1136 81.14 76 157 Fall 2013 14 1121 80.07 73 159 Career 28 2257 80.61 73 157
low 54 235 233 233
SOPHOMORE KAylEIGH REED VIRGInIA BEACH, VIRGInIA / CAPE HEnRy COllEGIATE SCHOOl 2013-14: First-year team member … transfer from the University of Delaware … Fall 2013: Did not play … 201213 (at UD): Averaged collegiate-best 85.80 through five rounds … collegiate-best 18-hole score (81) at the Purdue/Mount Vintage Invitational and the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … collegiate-best 36-hole score of 164 (83-81) at the William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate … collegiate-best 54-hole score of 265 (9886-81) at the Purdue/Mount Vintage Invitational … High School: Played four years of golf at Cape Henry Collegiate School … helped team to three Conference Championships (2009, 2011-12) … All-Conference and team captain as a junior and senior … also participated in volleyball … Junior/Amateur: Finished ninth in second flight at 2013 Virginia State Golf Association (VSGA) Virginias Women's Stroke Play Championship (91-80-81--252) … advanced to quarterfinals of 2013 VSGA Women’s Amateur Championship (qualified 14th, 72-85--157) … Personal: Daughter of Lisa and Thomas Reed of Virginia Beach … an uncle (Mike Reese) played golf at James Madison University … Academics: Majoring in business administration. during summer 2013 … Academics: Majoring in criminology with a minor in business administration.
FRESHMAn AMEllIA BOyER SUFFOlK, VIRGInIA / ISlE OF WIGHT ACADEMy 2013-14: First-year team member … Fall 2013: Did not play … High School: Played four years of golf at Isle of White Academy … All-Conference as a junior and senior, playing at number one … team co-MVP as a senior … also participated in basketball … Conference All-Academic Team … Isle of White Female Athlete of the Year as a senior … Personal: Daughter of Teresa and Ken Boyer of Suffolk … worked at Nansemond River Golf Club during summer 2013 … Academics: Majoring in criminology with a minor in business administration.
FRESHMAn HAlEy CARTER BASSETT, VIRGInIA / BASSETT HIGH SCHOOl 2013-14: First-year team member … Fall 2013: Did not play … High School: Participated in cross country, volleyball and swimming at Bassett … Personal: Daughter of Helen and Terry Carter of Bassett … father played football and golf at the University of Richmond … sister (Kameron) graduated from and played golf at Longwood … brother (Blake) plays golf at Longwood … Academics: Majoring in biology.
FRESHMAn COURTnEy TOlTOn MITCHEll, OnTARIO, CAnADA / ST. MICHAEl CATHOlIC SECOnDARy SCHOOl 2013-14: First-year team member … Fall 2013: Averaged 77.64 through 14 rounds … season-best 18-hole score (73) at the Yale Intercollegiate … season-best 36-hole score of 150 (73-77) at the Yale Intercollegiate … season-best 54-hole score of 227 (76-76-75) at the Nittany Lion Invitational … High School: Played four years of golf at St. Michael Catholic Secondary School in Ontario … Western Ontario Secondary Schools Athletic Association (WOSSAA) Champion as a junior and senior … WOSSAA Runner-Up as a sophomore … finished third at WOSSA Championship as a freshman … Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations (OFSAA) Runner-Up as a junior … finished third at OFSAA Championship as a senior … three-time recipient of the Coach’s Award … two-time Award of Excellence honoree … also participated in ice hockey … Conference All-Academic Team … Junior/Amateur: Seventh at the 2013 Royale Cup Canadian Junior Girls Championship (79-77-80-76--312) … tied for eighth at the 2013 Investors Group Ontario Women's Amateur (81-78-76--235) … Personal: Daughter of Sue and Scott Tolton of Ontario, Canada … worked at a golf course during summer 2013 … Academics: Majoring in business administration.
2012-13 RESUlTS TEAM yale Women’s Intercollegiate September 21-23, 2012 The Course at Yale New Haven, Connecticut 5,901-yard, par 72 Longwood University: 307-296-307--910 / Place: 6th of 16
TEAM Miami/Hurricane Invitational February 4-5, 2013 Deering Bay Yacht & Country Club Coral Gables, Florida 6,007-yards, par 71 Longwood University: 319-319-306--944 / Place: 12th of 16
Penn State/nittany lion Invitational September 28-30, 2012 Penn State Blue Golf Course State College, Pennsylvania 6,229-yards, par 72 Longwood University: 307-300-295--902 / Place: 7th of 17
College of Charleston/Kiawah Island Classic March 3-5, 2013 Cougar Point and Oak Point Golf Clubs Kiawah Island, South Carolina -yards, par Longwood University: 316-312-304--932 / Place: 12th of 32
East Carolina/lady Pirate Intercollegiate October 8-9, 2012 Greenville Country Club Greenville, North Carolina 6,004-yards, par 72 Longwood University: 303 / Place: T-5th of 20
William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate March 17-19, 2013 Kingsmill Resort River Course Williamsburg, Virginia 5,913-yards, par 71 Longwood University: 306-306--612 / Place: 3rd of 28
Campbell/Fighting Camel Fall Classic October 22-23, 2012 Keith Hills Country Club Buies Creek, North Carolina 6,026-yards, par 72 Longwood University: 309-296-313--918 / Place: 3rd of 12
UnC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic April 7-8, 2013 River Landing Country Club Wallace, North Carolina 6,106-yards, par 72 Longwood University: 308-314-309--931 / Place: 6th of 14
Furman/lady Paladin Invitational October 26-28, 2012 Furman University Golf Course Greenville, South Carolina 6,266-yards, par 72 Longwood University: 326-316-321--963 / Place: 12th of 14
Big South Women’s Golf Championship April 14-16, 2013 The Patriot at Grand Harbor Golf Course Ninety-Six, South Carolina 6,083-yards, par 72 Longwood University: 315-306-293--914 / Place: 3rd of 9 All-Championship Team: Ariel Witmer
InDIVIDUAl name Amanda Steinhagen Ariel Witmer Hannah Pierce Ha Lee Asha Bala Krishnan Irina Boothe Megan McCracken lOnGWOOD
Rds 27 27 25 27 14 2 14 27
Strokes 2047 2060 1916 2164 1136 176 1264 8329
Avg 75.81 76.30 76.64 80.15 81.14 88.00 90.29 308.48
Best 18 68 69 72 72 76 87 85 293
Best 36 145 148 147 150 157 176 173 603
Best 54 220 219 227 230 235 264 902
Top Ten low Rounds 1. 68 (-4) Amanda Steinhagen, Yale Women's Intercollegiate, 9/21-23/2012 (2nd round) 2. 69 (-3) Amanda Steinhagen, Nittany Lion Invitational, 9/28-30/2012 (3rd round) 2. 69 (-3) Ariel Witmer, Big South Women's Golf Championship, 4/14-16/2013 (3rd round) 4. 69 (-2) Amanda Steinhagen, Hurricane Invitational, 2/4-5/2013 (3rd round) 5. 71 (-1) Ariel Witmer, Nittany Lion Invitational, 9/28-30/2012 (3rd round) 5. 71 (-1) Amanda Steinhagen, Fighting Camel Fall Classic, 10/22-23/2012 (2nd round) 7. 72 (E) Ha Lee, Yale Women's Intercollegiate, 9/21-23/2012 (1st round) 7. 72 (E) Ariel Witmer, Nittany Lion Invitational, 9/28-30/2012 (2nd round) 7. 72 (E) Hannah Pierce, Lady Pirate Intercollegiate, 10/8/2012 (1st round) 7. 72 (E) Hannah Pierce, Big South Women's Golf Championship, 4/14-16/2013 (3rd round)
Top Five 1 2 2 0 0 0 0 4
Top 10 3 4 3 0 0 0 0 7
Top 20 6 4 6 0 0 0 0 10
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - HISTORy OF PROGRAM
The sport of women’s golf made its collegiate debut at Longwood in 1966, founded by Dr. Barbara Smith, who would coach the highly successful program for 26 years (1966-92). During a remarkable nine-year period from 1987-1995, the program won five National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Division II Tournament Championships (1987-88, 1990, 1993, 1995); finishing as national runners-up four times (1989, 1991-92, 1994). Dr. Smith, along with her 1987 and 1988 NGCA Championship Teams, were inducted into the Longwood Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2009. Prior to beginning its NCAA Division I Reclassification in 2003-04, Longwood had qualified individuals to 20 consecutive NCAA Championships (Division I, 1984-95; Division II, 1996-2003) in addition to its outstanding team successes. The Lancers have had two former standouts win a total of five individual national titles: Tina Barrett, 1986-87 and Charlaine Coetzee, 199395, while also having the top Division II finisher in the NCAA Division I Championships six times. The most prominent of the many excellent women’s golf standouts at Longwood is Tina Barrett. A four-time All-American (1985-88), she was the top Division II finisher in the 1985, 1986, and 1988 NCAA Championships. As mentioned above, 1987 nGCA Division II national Champions Barrett also claimed two Division II individual titles while finishing second in 1988. She earned national academic honors for three years as well (1986-88). Barrett has gone on to enjoy a successful professional career on the LPGA Tour that is currently in its 20th year. Charlaine Coetzee followed Barrett in gaining national recognition, earning All-America honors for four years as well (1992-95). She claimed three Division II individual titles while finishing fourth in 1992. Coetzee finished in a tie for 34th at the 1994 NCAA Championship, the best finish ever for a Longwood golfer. She also earned multi-year national academic honors for two years (1994-95). Coetzee played professionally on the FUTURES Tour for 10 years (1996-2005). Longwood has 1990 nGCA Division II national Champions won 52 tournaments since 1979 while playing against predominantly Division I competition outside 1988 nGCA Division II national Champions of the five Division II national championships. Twenty-three different Longwood women’s golf standouts have received 46 All-America citations since 1981. Twelve different Lancer women’s golf standouts have received 31 national academic citations since 1986. Obviously, the biggest tournament wins in the program’s 41-year history have been the five NGCA National Championships. The first title team in 1987 included Barrett, Marcia Melone, Gretchen Pugh, Ashley Warren, and Tammy Lohren. Playing in Elkhorn, Wisconsin, the Lancers shot 327-321309--957 to defeat Rollins (Fla.) (972) by 15 strokes, led by Barrett (81-78-79-238). On a side note from 1987, Melone ended Barrett's two-year run as the top Division II finisher at the NCAA Championships when she shot a school record for 72-holes (78-79-74--305) to tie for 47th place -- a record that has stood for 20 years. In 1988, almost the same group, with the addition of Leigh Russell taking Lohren's spot, went to Dubuque, Iowa to win its second-straight NGCA national title. Longwood shot 312-308-322--942 to defeat Troy State (Ala.) (976) by 34 strokes, once again led by Barrett (75-74-77--226).
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - HISTORy OF PROGRAM
The Hall of Fame Class of 2009 team members from these two teams included Tina Barrett, Leslie Oscovitch Gartner, Tammy Lohren, Marcia Melone, Libby Moore, Kim Poirier, Gretchen Pugh, Leigh Russell, and Ashley Warren. Longwood claimed its third NGCA tournament championship in 1990 with a team that featured Warren, a member of three title teams, along with Ami Schonauer, Sherry Evans, Heather Hartwick, and Daphne Sole. The Lancers, ironically, defeated Rollins again by 15 strokes with a team score of 334-317-323--974 to 989 with Schonauer (83-78-77--238) leading the charge in Amherst, Massachusetts. Longwood won its fourth NGCA national title in 1993 during the program’s first year under the direction of former head coach Cindy Ho (1992-2002) who replaced the legendary Dr. Smith. Saving its best show1993 nGCA Division II national Champions ing of the year for when it counted most, the Lancers shot 320-313-312--945 to defeat defending national champion and long-time Division II rival Rollins (984) by 39 strokes in South Hadley, Massachusetts. Longwood finished 1-2-3 in the individual standings as Coetzee shot a 78-70-73--221 to win the first of her three national titles. Team captain Anna Radford was second (78-77-79--234) and Brenda Campbell-Harris was third (80-81-75--236), followed by teammates Anna Holm and Janine Ballow. Coetzee shot a school-record 71-71-70--212 to win the individual title again in 1994, though Longwood was second behind Rollins in the team standings. 1995 nGCA Division II national Champions Longwood won its fifth NGCA National Championship in 1995, defeating Rollins by 16 strokes in New Palestine, Indiana. Coetzee won her third-straight individual national title with a 74-81-77--232 as Longwood finished at 324-328-317--969, playing its best round despite thunderstorms and two rain delays on the final day of the tournament. Rollins (327-326-332--985) trailed by just one stroke after 36 holes, but the Lancers increased their margin by 15 shots on the final day. Coetzee was joined on that 1995 national championship team by Anna Holm, Karla Roberson, Frida Svensson, and Michelle Ziats. Since that unprecedented nine-year period of finishing first or second at the national championships, Longwood made four more appearances at the national tournament from 1998-2003. The highest finish by the Lancers during the five years prior to the Division I Reclassification was a third-place finish in 1998 that produced a school-record team score for 72-holes (312-321-322-322--1277). Longwood was not eligible for any NCAA post-season team or individual competition during the recent four-year transition to Division I (2003-07). That was unfortunate as the program featured two of its finest players ever in Stephanie Hicks (2002-06) and Tiffany Woodyer (2002-05). Hicks capped an outstanding collegiate career with a new school record for season scoring average of 74.90 over 20 rounds in 2005-06, surpassing Barrett’s previous record of 75.8 (1987-88). She also compiled a career scoring average of 77.13, a new school-record at the time and still fourth-best behind current standout Amanda Steinhagen, Kameron Carter (2007-12) and Ariel Witmer. Hicks won four events during her career, and was named the 2005 Division I Independent Co-Player of the Year while also a two-time Division I All-Independent first team selection. Woodyer compiled a 78.30 career scoring average at Longwood which ranks sixth all-time. She earned NGCA Division II All-America second team honors in 2003, and was a first team Division I All-Independent choice in 2005. Longwood entered its official Division I era in September 2007, and the Lancers have continued the outstanding tradition of women’s golf at the institution. Longwood finished 2007-08 with two tournament wins and averaged 311.86. The Lancers finished 2008-09 with two more tournament wins, averaging 312.04. Longwood finished 2009-10 with one tournament win and averaged 308.33. The Lancers finished 2010-11 with one tournament win, averaging 307.50. Longwood finished 2011-12 with one tournament win, two runners-up finishes and a third-place finish among eight top-10 team efforts overall with 18 top-20 individual finishes, averaging a new school-record 305.33. The Lancers did not win a tournament during 2012-13, but did have four top-five finishes, including third at the Big South Championships, among seven top-10 team efforts overall and averaged 308.48.
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - DR. BARBARA SMITH (1966-92)
Dr. Barbara Smith is the retired founder and 26-year head coach of the nationally prominent Longwood women’s golf program, earning 137 career victories. She guided the program to three NGCA Division II National Championships (1987, 1988, 1990), and four NGCA national runner-up finishes (1984, 1989, 1991, 1992). Dr. Smith also led the team to a second-place effort at the Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW) Division II Championships in 1981, after winning six AIAW State titles (1970-72, 1976-77, 1979) as well. She was one of six individuals inducted into the inaugural class of the Longwood Athletics Hall of Fame in 2005. Additionally, Dr. Smith, along with her 1987 and 1988 NGCA Championship Teams, were inducted into the Longwood Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2009 (see previous two pages). Dr. Smith previously received induction into both the NGCA Hall of Fame (1992) and the Limestone College Athletic Hall of Fame (1996). She also received the LPGA’s Ellen Griffin Rolex Award (2003), and was named an LPGA Master Professional (1994). Dr. Smith was also a two-time LPGA Coach of the Year (1989, 1983), as well as a two-time Mid-Atlantic Region Coach of the Year (1987, 1985). She coached 19 individual All-Americans (athletic and academic), several of them earning multiple honors, during her Longwood tenure while earning a reputation as one of the nation’s top collegiate women’s golf coaches during her 26 years at the helm of the Lancers. Most recently, Dr. Smith, a Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Teaching and Club Professional (T&CP) Master Life member, received the 2003 Ellen Griffin Rolex Award, which is given annually by the LPGA T&CP membership. Dr. Smith also was named as one of the top-50 teachers in the United States by Golf For Women Magazine. Her alma mater, Limestone College in Gaffney, South Carolina, named her to its Athletic Hall of Fame in February 1996. She was honored for her accomplishments as a student-athlete at the College and for her coaching achievements. She previously had been named Limestone’s Alumnae of the Year in 1995. In the fall of 1994, Dr. Smith was named a Master Professional by the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA). The Master Professional level is the highest awarded by the LPGA. She is the only Master Professional in the state of Virginia. Named to the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Hall of Fame in 1992, she led Longwood to three NGCA Division II National Championships. She was picked as LPGA ‘Coach of the Year’ in 1983, and again in 1989. The NCAA's Mid-Atlantic East Region ‘Coach of the Year’ in 1987, Dr. Smith was a co-coach with the victorious United States team in the U.S.-Japan golf competition in December 1986. She was chosen Mid-Atlantic Region ‘Coach of the Year’ in 1985. Under her guidance, Longwood finished first, second, or third in national tournaments 10 times between 1981 and 1992. Longwood golfers were named All-America 28 times in that same span while 13 Lancers qualified for national tournament play as individuals. Longwood golfers were named to national all-academic teams seven times. Dr. Smith continues to teach at both the Longwood Golf Club in Farmville as well as with LPGA T&CP Hall of Fame member Peggy Kirk Bell at Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club in Southern Pines, North Carolina.
The 2009-10 team and head coach Ali Wright are shown with Dr. Barbara Smith and her 1987 and 1988 teams that were inducted into the longwood Athletics Hall of Fame Class of 2009.
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - TInA BARRETT (1984-88)
Tina Barrett completed her 19th and final season on the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour during 2007. Following a remarkable four-year career at Longwood, she received the 1988 Honda-Broderick Award for Golf, only the second-ever Division II award winner at the time. A three-time National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) All-American (1986-88), Barrett was also named a Small College All-American as a freshman (1985). She was a two-time NGCA National Champion (1986-87), national runner-up (1988), and four-time NCAA National Tournament qualifier (1985-88) -- three-times the Division II top finisher (1985-86, 1988). Barrett was also a three-time GTE-CoSIDA Academic All-American and NGCA All-Academic selection (1986-88). Her Longwood career scoring average of 77.54 stood for 18 years and still ranks fifth all-time. She was one of six inducted into the inaugural class of the Longwood Athletics Hall of Fame in 2005. Barrett was an established pro on the LPGA Tour with career earnings of over $3.25 million. She finished 2007 ranked 44th on the LPGA career earnings money list after earning $21,787 in 15 events to finish 142nd on the list in 2007. She collected $161,753 in 23 events during 2006, including two top 10s, to finish 68th on the list while leading the LPGA in driving accuracy (83.3%), ranking 24th in sand saves (45.5%), and averaging 72.65. Barrett earned $253,484 in 23 events, including four top 10s, to tie for 48th on the list in 2005 (72.39). She earned $220,782 in 23 events, including two top 10s, to finish 51st on the list in 2004 (71.91). Barrett earned $174,821 in 22 events, including one top 10, to finish 56th on the list in 2003 (71.71). She earned $119,059 in 23 events to finish 71st on the list in 2002 (72.73). Barrett earned $116,241 in 22 events, including two top 10s, to finish 77th on the list in 2001 (72.51). She earned $196,420 in 24 events, including three top 10s, to finish 45th on the list in 2000 (72.53). Barrett enjoyed a tremendous four-year stretch from 1996-99, earning over $1.2 million while finishing between 19th and 28th on the list during those years. In 1999, she earned a career-best $410,973 in 28 events, claiming three second-place finishes among six top 10s, to finish a careerbest 19th on the list. Barrett also earned a career-best $74,474 at the Michelob Light Classic (64-72-70-72--278) that year while averaging 71.39. In 1998, she earned $282,989 in 27 events, including seven top 10s, to finish 28th on the list (71.64). In 1997, she earned $315,697 in 27 events, including seven top 10s, to finish 21st on the list while attaining a career-best scoring average of 71.23. In 1996, she earned $215,667 in 27 events, including five top 10s, to finish 28th on the list (72.64). Between her first year on the LPGA Tour in 1989 through 1995, Barrettâ€™s best season was in 1993 when she earned $261,491 in 25 events, including seven top 10s, to finish a career-best 19th on the list (71.87). Another highlight of Barrett's professional career came in August of 1989 as a rookie when she won the Ocean State Open in Rhode Island to earn $22,500 plus a new Mitsubishi. It was the only win of her LPGA career as she led from start to finish. Barrett played in 466 career events on the LPGA Tour while making the cut in 331 (71.0%). She had the lone tour victory among 57 top-10 finishes with nine second-place efforts during her career, including an 0-2 record in playoffs. Barrett had a career-low professional round of 63 (2000 Subaru Memorial of Naples [Fla.]), and had carded four career holes-in-one (1989, 1996, 1997, 2003). Her 19-year professional career scoring average was 72.60, and she qualified for the LPGA Tour on her first attempt after graduating from Longwood in 1988 -- tying for 16th at the 1988 LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament -- and she played in one LPGA event at the end of the 1988 season. Barrett was inducted into the National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Hall of Fame (Players Division) January 27, 1999, to join her former coach, Dr. Barbara Smith, in the NGCA Hall of Fame. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Barrett was married to Dan Friedman on November 27, 1993 and the couple makes their home in Scottsdale, Arizona. She began working with the The First Tee of Phoenix in August 2008 as a programming coach and has been the Director of Programming & Outreach, Site Coordinator at the Longbow Facility since August 2012.
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - TInA BARRETT (1984-88)
BARRETT’S 19-yEAR lPGA TOUR CAREER 2007 142nd on LPGA Money List $21,787 Top Finish: 49th 2006 68th on LPGA Money List $161,753 Top Finish: 9th (two times) 2005 48th on LPGA Money List $253,484 Top Finish: T-8th (three times) 2004 51st on LPGA Money List $220,728 Top Finish: T-6th at Office Depot Championship 2003 56th on LPGA Money List $174,821 Top Finish: T-8th at Wendy’s Championship for Children 2002 71st on LPGA Money List $119,059 Top Finish: T-12th at LPGA Takefuji Classic 2001 77th on LPGA Money List $116,241 Top Finish: T-7th at LPGA Champions Classic 2000 45th on LPGA Money List $196,420 Top Finish: T-3rd at Subaru Memorial of Naples 1999 19th on LPGA Money List $410,973 Top Finish: 2nd (three times) 1998 28th on LPGA Money List $282,989 Top Finish: 2nd at Japan Classic 1997 21st on LPGA Money List $315,697 Top Finish: 2nd at Welch’s/Circle K Championship 1996 28th on LPGA Money List $215,667 Top Finish: T-2nd at JAL Big Apple Classic 1995 85th on LPGA Money List $52,251 Top Finish: T-8th at GHP Heartland Classic 1994 63rd on LPGA Money List $86,034 Top Finish: T-5th at Lady Keystone Open 1993 19th on LPGA Money List $261,491 Top Finish: T-2nd (two times) 1992 28th on LPGA Money List $184,719 Top Finish: T-3rd at PING-Cellular One 1991 32nd on LPGA Money List $138,232 Top Finish: 3rd at Chicago Sun-Times Shootout 1990 121st on LPGA Money List $17,867 Top Finish: T-11th at Oldsmobile LPGA Classic 1989 69th on LPGA Money List $39,776 Top Finish: 1st at Mitsubishi Motors Ocean State Open BARRETT AT lOnGWOOD & AMATEUR 1987-88 Honda-Broderick Golf Award Winner 1986-88 Nominated for Honda-Broderick Award 1986-88 NGCA Golf All-America Honorable Mention (Division I) 1986-88 GTE-CoSIDA Academic All-American 1986-88 NGCA Division II All-America 1986-88 NGCA All-Academic 1986-88 VaSID Academic All-State 1986-87 NGCA Division II Tournament Champion 1988 NGCA Division II Tournament Runner-Up 1985-88 NCAA Tournament Qualifier 1987 Eastern Amateur Champion 1988 Eastern Amateur Runner-Up 1986-87 Baltimore Metropolitan Champion 1986-88 USWGA National Qualifier 1985-86, 1988 Top Division II Finisher in NCAA Tournament 1985 National Small College All-American
Tina Barrett shown putting in Williamsburg at the lPGA’s Michelob UlTRA Open during May 2005.
Tina Barrett and her husband Dan Friedman shown at her longwood Athletics Hall of Fame Induction during november 2005.
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - CHARlAInE COETzEE-HIRST (1991-95)
Charlaine Coetzee-Hirst is perhaps the most honored student-athlete in Longwood history, and capped off her college career when she was selected the first female student-athlete from a Virginia college or university to Today’s Top Eight as chosen by the NCAA Honors Committee. The Today’s Top Eight award, the highest honor which the NCAA presents, goes to distinguished student-athletes for athletic ability and achievement, academic achievement, character, leadership, and activities. She was one of three inducted into the second class of the Longwood Athletics Hall of Fame in 2007. Coetzee-Hirst was a three-time National Golf Coaches Association (NGCA) Division II National Champion (1993-95). She received three major awards in 1995, including the prestigious Today’s Top Eight, along with being voted the Honda/Division II Athlete of the Year, and the Virginia NCAA Woman of the Year -- chosen the Virginia NCAA Woman of the Year based on accomplishments in athletics, scholarship, and community leadership from among the top Division I, II, and III female student-athletes in the commonwealth of Virginia. Coetzee-Hirst was honored on back-to-back nights at the NCAA Convention in Dallas, Texas in January 1996. A four-time NGCA All-American (1992-95), Coetzee-Hirst was also a three-time NGCA AllScholar Team (1993-95) honoree. She still holds the school record for 54-holes (71-71-70--212) established while winning the 1994 national title. Her Longwood career scoring average of 79.15 ranks ninth all-time. A Honda Sports Award nominee for three-straight years, Coetzee-Hirst qualified for the 1998 United States Women’s Open Golf Championships, and also played on the FUTURES TOUR for nine full years (1996-2004). Coetzee-Hirst earned over $60,000 during her career on the FUTURES Tour, finishing between 37th and 91st on the annual money list during those years. She ranked 55th on the all-time money list prior to 2007. Coetzee-Hirst played on the FUTURES Tour with aspirations of qualifying for the Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Tour, and did advance to the LPGA Final Qualifying Tournament four times (1999-2001, 2004). Coetzee-Hirst enjoyed her best year on the FUTURES Tour in 2000, earning $17,099 in 19 events with six top 10s to rank 17th on the money list while averaging a career-best 73.67. She experienced her finest period of pro golf during the two years both before and after 2000, a five-year overall stretch from 1998-2002 -- earning over $47,000 while finishing between 17th and 65th on the annual money list during those years. Coetzee-Hirst earned $8,550 in 14 events, including two top 10s, to finish 37th on the money list in 1998 (74.13). She earned $9,353 in 18 events, including four top 10s, to finish 35th on the money list in 1999 (74.06). Coetzee-Hirst earned $6,324 in 15 events to finish 50th on the money list in 2001 (74.08). She earned $6,537 in 17 events, including one top 10, to finish 65th on the money list in 2002 (73.89). Coetzee-Hirst earned $3,153 in nine events, including one top 10, to finish 49th on the money list in 1996 (75.30). She earned $4,791 in 13 events, including one top 10, to finish 53rd on the money list in 1997 (75.29). Coetzee-Hirst earned $1,772 in 14 events to finish 108th on the money list in 2003 (75.86). She earned $2,962 in 16 events to finish 94th on the money list in 2004 (75.16). Coetzee-Hirst did play in one FUTURES Tour event during 2005, earning $172 while averaging 73.33 in the tournament. Coetzee-Hirst played in 136 career events on the FUTURES Tour while making the cut in 103 (75.7%). She had 15 top 10s, including a career-best when she tied for second place at the 2000 JWA/Michelob Light Charity Golf Classic (68-73--141) in Forsyth, Illinois. Her professional career scoring average through 2005 was 74.47. Coetzee-Hirst also won the 18th Virginia’s Women’s Stroke Play Championship (72-70-71--213) at Richmond’s Brandermill Country Club in June of 1995. Coetzee-Hirst was inducted into the Women's Golf Coaches Association (WGCA) Players Hall of Fame on December 10, 2013, to join her former coach, Dr. Barbara Smith, along with Tina Barrett, in the Hall of Fame. A native of Durbanville, Cape Town, South Africa, Coetzee Hirst is a 1995 Magna Cum Laude graduate as a history major. She is married to retired Air Force Lt. Colonel Jay Hirst, now a contractor at Fort Bragg. The couple has a daughter (Alexandra) and lives in Pinehurst, North Carolina where Coetzee Hirst works at the Country Club of Whispering Pines as a Class A teaching professional with membership in the LPGA Teaching and Club Professional Division.
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - STEPHAnIE HICKS (2002-06)
Stephanie Hicks concluded her outstanding Longwood career with four new school records (at the time): career scoring average (77.13, now fourth-best) and season scoring average (74.90, 2005-06), along with scores for 18-holes (68, now tied for second-best) and 36-holes (73-68--141; 71-70--141, now tied for third-best). She won four tournament titles during her career, including the 2006 Butler/North-South Intercollegiate (76-73--149), and was a member of two team records for 18-holes (291) and 36-holes (586). Hicks almost certainly could have pursued a career in professional golf but chose not to do so; instead, entering a career in business after earning a degree in business administration. Hicks has also enjoyed great success on the amateur level in Virginia, winning an unprecedented third consecutive Virginia State Golf Association (VSGA) Women’s Stroke Play Championship (7671-74--221) at Irvington’s Golden Eagle Golf Club in June of 2006. With the third-straight VSGA title, she joins Virginia amateur legend and LPGA Tour player Donna Andrews as well as Liz Rogers and Sherry Bowman as the only three-time winners in the championship’s 29-year history. Hicks won in 2004 at Alexandria’s Belle Haven Country Club (75-78-73--226), and in 2005 at Charlottesville’s Birdwood Golf Course (79-72-77--228). She also won the 2002 VSGA Junior Girls’ Championship (77-74--151) at The Keswick Club near Charlottesville. As a senior in 2005-06, Hicks averaged her school-record 74.90 while playing in nine tournaments covering 20 rounds. Her school-record performances all came during the fall portion of the schedule when she posted a career-best 18-hole score at the Elon/Sea Trail Intercollegiate (68), a career-best 36hole score at both the Elon/Sea Trail Intercollegiate (73-68-141) and the Western Carolina/Great Smokies Intercollegiate (71-70--141), as well as a career-best 54-hole score at the East Carolina/Taco Bell Intercollegiate (71-7774--222). Hicks posted five top-five efforts among seven top-10s, including the medalist honors at the Butler/NorthSouth Intercollegiate (76-73--149) to open the spring in 2006. She was selected to the 2006 Division I AllIndependent first team, as well as the 2006 Division I Independent All-Academic Team. As a junior in 2004-05, Hicks averaged 76.05 while playing in 10 tournaments covering 19 rounds. She had a season-best 18-hole score at the William and Mary Invitational (70), a season-best 36-hole score at the William and Mary Invitational (73-70--143), and a season-best 54hole score at the East Carolina Intercollegiate (76-75-73-224). Hicks posted five top-five efforts among six top-10s, including the medalist honors at the William and Mary Invitational (73-70--143). She was selected as the 2005 Division I All-Independent Co-Golfer of the Year, as well as All-Independent first team. As a sophomore in 2003-04, Hicks averaged 77.35 while playing in eight tournaments covering 20 rounds. She had a season-best 18-hole score at the Pat Bradley Championship (71), a season-best 36-hole score at the East Carolina/Lady Pirate Intercollegiate (73-75--148), and a season-best 54-hole score at the Pat Bradley Championship (8171-72--224). Hicks posted three top-five efforts among four top-10s, including the medalist honors at the Pat Bradley Championship (81-71-72--224). As a freshman in 2002-03, Hicks averaged 79.16 while playing in 12 tournaments covering 30 rounds. She had a season-best 18hole score at both the Radford/Lady Highlander Invitational (71) and the Tusculum/Agnes McAmis Memorial (71), a season-best 36hole score at the Radford/Lady Highlander Invitational (75-71--146), a season-best 54-hole score at the East Carolina Intercollegiate (80-77-74--231), and a career-best 72-hole score at the 2003 NCAA Division II Championships (82-85-77-81--325). Hicks posted three top-five efforts among six top-10s, including the medalist honors at the Tusculum/Agnes McAmis Memorial (71-78--149). A native of Bumpass, Virginia, Hicks makes her home in Richmond, Virginia.
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - OTHER PROFESSIOnAl TOUR PlAyERS 19 TAMMy lOHREn-THOMAS (1984-88) • FUTURES TOUR Tammy Lohren-Thomas competed in four NGCA Division II National Championships during her four years at Longwood. She helped the Lancers capture two consecutive national championships (1987-88). LohrenThomas played on the FUTURES Tour from 1998-2004, competing in 46 events and making the cut in 17 (37.0%). Her best finish was a 32nd-place tie at the 1998 Fleet Loretto FUTURES Golf Classic in East Syracuse, New York. Beyond the FUTURES Tour, other top tournament efforts include winning both the 1999 Connecticut Women’s Open Championship and the 1997 Metropolitan Women’s Stroke Play Championship, a runner-up finish at the 2002 PGA National Women’s Open Championship, and a third-place at the 1994 Massachusetts Women’s Open Championship. AnnA RADFORD (1989-93) • EUROPEAn lPGA TOUR Anna Radford was a two-time NGCA Division II All-American (1992-93), and a three-time NGCA AllAcademic (1991-93) honoree. She helped lead the Lancers to four consecutive NGCA Division II National Championships, including two national titles (1990, 1993) and two national runners-up finishes (1991-92). Radford finished in a tie for 81st place at the 1993 NCAA Division I Championships, and competed in European LPGA events following her collegiate career at Longwood. KARlA ROBERSOn (1994-98) • FUTURES TOUR Karla Roberson was a four-time NGCA Division II All-American (1995-98), and helped lead the Lancers to the 1995 NGCA Division II National Championship as well as a third-place finish at the 1998 NCAA Division IIIII National Championships. Roberson finished in a tie for seventh place at the 1998 NCAA Division II-III National Championships, placed eighth at the same event in 1997, and 14th at the Division II-III National Championships in 1996. She competed in FUTURES Tour events following her collegiate career at Longwood.
CHAMPIOnSHIP TRADITIOn - TEAM COMPETITIOn 2003 2001 2000 1998 1995 1994 1993 1992 1991 1990 1989 1988 1987 1986 1985 1984 1982 1981
nATIOnAl CHAMPIOnSHIPS NCAA II Championships 5th-Place NCAA II Championships 4th-Place NCAA II Championships 7th-Place NCAA II-III Championships 3rd-Place NGCA II Championships National Champions NGCA II Championships National Runners-Up NGCA II Championships National Champions NGCA II Championships National Runners-Up NGCA II Championships National Runners-Up NGCA II Championships National Champions NGCA II Championships National Runners-Up NGCA II Championships National Champions NGCA II Championships National Champions NGCA II Championships 5th-Place NGCA II Championships 3rd-Place NGCA II Championships National Runners-Up AIAW II Championships 3rd-Place AIAW II Championships National Runners-Up
1979 1978 1977 1976 1973 1972 1971 1970
STATE CHAMPIOnSHIPS VIAW State Championships State Champions VIAW State Championships State Runners-Up VIAW State Championships State Champions VIAW State Championships State Champions VIAW State Championships State Runners-Up VIAW State Championships State Champions VIAW State Championships State Champions VIAW State Championships State Champions OTHER TOURnAMEnT WInS
2011-12 2010-11 2009-10
William and Mary/C&F Bank Intercollegiate 300-303-309--912 Longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational 291-297--588 Longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational 302-298-303--903
OTHER TOURnAMEnT WInS 2008-09 2008-09 2007-08 2007-08 2004-05 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2002-03 2001-02 2000-01 2000-01 1998-99 1997-98 1997-98 1995-96 1994-95 1994-95 1992-93 1992-93 1991-92 1991-92 1990-91 1987-88 1987-88 1986-87 1986-87 1985-86 1985-86 1985-86 1984-85 1984-85 1981-82 1981-82 1980-81 1979-80 1979-80
Towson Women’s Invitational Tina Barrett/Longwood Invitational William and Mary/Colonial Intercollegiate Old Dominion/Lady Monarch Invitational Elon/Sea Trail Intercollegiate NCAA II East Regional Tusculum/Agnes McAmis Invitational William and Mary Invitational Radford/Lady Highlander Invitational Queens (N.C.) Invitational Indianapolis Invitational Tina Barrett/Longwood Invitational Tina Barrett/Longwood Invitational Elon Invitational Tina Barrett/Longwood Invitational Tina Barrett/Longwood Invitational ECAC Championships James Madison Invitational UNC Greensboro Invitational Tina Barrett/Longwood Invitational UNC Greensboro Invitational Tina Barrett/Longwood Invitational Longwood Invitational James Madison Invitational Longwood Invitational James Madison Invitational Longwood Invitational Penn State Invitational William and Mary Invitational James Madison Invitational Penn State Invitational ECAC Championships James Madison Invitational Mary Baldwin Invitational Mary Baldwin Invitational William and Mary Invitational Mary Baldwin Invitational
306-308--614 301-311-302--914 300-306--606 302-298-309--909 307-317--624 320-322-316--958 308-321--629 307 295-291--586 323-307--630 323-329--652 315-301--616 325-319--644 317-309--626 313-312--625 328-334--662 315-306--621 312-307--619 307-324--631 316-317--633 307-319--626 310-315--625 321-313-319--953 331-319-325--975 311-321-300--932 320-320-324--964 316-310-313--939 304-304--608 329-325-312--966 321-322--643 317-319-314--950 324-324--648 342-340--682 340-320--660 340-328--668 361 333-334--667
InDIVIDUAl (18-Hole) 66 68 68 68 69 69 69 69 69 69
Kameron Carter Stephanie Hicks Mary Carmody Amanda Steinhagen Kameron Carter Amanda Steinhagen Amanda Steinhagen Amanda Steinhagen Amanda Steinhagen Ariel Witmer
UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic Elon/Sea Trail Intercollegiate Richmond/Spider Invitational yale Women’s Intercollegiate Towson Women’s Invitational James Madison/Eagle landing Invitational longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational UnC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic Penn State/nittany lion Invitational Big South Championship
2012 2005 2008 2012 2009 2011 2011 2012 2012 2013
InDIVIDUAl (36-Hole) 139 140 141 141 141
Kameron Carter Amanda Steinhagen Stephanie Hicks Stephanie Hicks Kameron Carter
66-73 69-71 73-68 71-70 71-70
UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic longwood/Tina Barrett Invitational Elon/Sea Trail Intercollegiate Western Carolina/Great Smokies Intercollegiate Towson Women’s Invitational
2012 2011 2005 2005 2008
71-71-70 66-73-75 69-73-74 75-71-73 76-72-71 76-72-72
NGCA II National Championships UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic UnC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic East Carolina Intercollegiate Penn State/Nittany Lion Invitational Big South Championship
1994 2012 2012 2004 2012 2013
78-79-74-74 77-77-76-76 72-80-75-79 76-75-79-78 82-71-81-78
NCAA I National Championships NCAA I National Championships NCAA I National Championships NCAA I National Championships NCAA II National Championships
1987 1987 1986 1988 2002
InDIVIDUAl (54-Hole) 212 214 216 219 219 219
Charlaine Coetzee Kameron Carter Amanda Steinhagen Tiffany Woodyer Ariel Witmer Ariel Witmer
InDIVIDUAl (72-Hole) 305 306 306 308 312
Marcia Melone Tina Barrett Tina Barrett Tina Barrett Amanda Diamond
InDIVIDUAl (Career Scoring Average, minimum 50 rounds) 75.52 76.06 76.88 77.13 77.54 78.30 78.87 79.02 79.03 79.15
Amanda Steinhagen Kameron Carter Ariel Witmer Stephanie Hicks Tina Barrett Tiffany Woodyer Hannah Pierce Ha Lee Mary Carmody Charlaine Coetzee-Hirst
91 rounds 99 rounds 102 rounds 89 rounds 132 rounds 81 rounds 77 rounds 102 rounds 92 rounds 108 rounds
2010-present 2007-12 2009-13 2002-06 1984-88 2002-05 2011-present 2009-13 2005-09 1991-95
TEAM (18-Hole) 286
UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic (Kameron Carter-66, Ha Lee-73, Amanda Steinhagen-73, Ariel Witmer-74, Hannah Pierce-76)
TEAM (36-Hole) 577
UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic (291-286) (Kameron Carter-139, Amanda Steinhagen-142, Ariel Witmer-146, Ha Lee-150, Hannah Pierce-156)
TEAM (54-Hole) 873
UNC Wilmington/Seahawk Classic (291-286-296) (Kameron Carter-214, Amanda Steinhagen-216, Ariel Witmer-222, Ha Lee-225, Hannah Pierce-228)
TEAM (72-Hole) 1277
NCAA Division II-III Championships (312-321-322-322) (Karla Roberson-316, Rachel Abbott-317, Mandy Beamer-321, Jessica Fernandez-325, Katie Soule-339)
TEAM (yearly Scoring Average) 305.35
A. Steinhagen-75.12, A. Witmer-75.81, K. Carter-76.54, H. Lee-79.04, H. Pierce-80.62, M. McCracken-88.00
PROGRAM HOnORS nATIOnAl CHAMPIOnS Charlaine Coetzee, NGCA II Charlaine Coetzee, NGCA II Charlaine Coetzee, NGCA II Tina Barrett, NGCA II Tina Barrett, Small College
1995 1994 1993 1987 1986
nGCA All-AMERICAnS (1st-Team unless noted)
Tiffany Woodyer (2nd-Team) Amanda Diamond (2nd-Team) Allen Berg Vicki Matkovich (2nd-Team) Mandy Beamer (HM) Vicki Matkovich Vicki Matkovich (HM) Karla Roberson Jessica Fernandez (HM) Karla Roberson (HM) Karla Roberson Frida Svensson (2nd-Team) Charlaine Coetzee Karla Roberson Frida Svensson Charlaine Coetzee Charlaine Coetzee Brenda Campbell-Harris Anna Radford Charlaine Coetzee Brenda Campbell-Harris Anna Radford Ami Schonauer Sherry Evans Ashley Warren Ami Schonauer Sherry Evans Ashley Warren Daphne Sole Tina Barrett Marcia Melone Gretchen Pugh Ashley Warren Tina Barrett Marcia Melone Gretchen Pugh Ashley Warren (2nd-Team) Tina Barrett (2nd-Team)
2003 2002 2001 2001 2001 2000 1999 1998 1998 1997 1996 1996 1995 1995 1995 1994 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1992 1991 1991 1990 1990 1990 1989 1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1987 1986
SMAll COllEGE All-AMERICAnS (1st-Team unless noted) Lanie Gerken 1985 Marcia Melone (2nd-Team) 1985 Tina Barrett (2nd-Team) 1985 Sue Morgan 1984 AIAWâ€ˆAll-AMERICAnS (1st-Team unless noted) Robin Andrews Kay Smith Emily Fletcher Robin Andrews
1982 1981 1981 1981
nGCA ACADEMIC HOnORS Kameron Carter 2008-10, 2012 Hannah Pierce 2011-12 Amanda Steinhagen 2011 Brooke Mallory 2008-11 Mary Carmody 2007-09 Kara Spence 2007-09 Paige Miller 2007 Petra Nystrom 2007 Mary Millage 2002-04 Kacia Shwen 2001-02 Katie Soule 1998-2000 Charlaine Coetzee 1994-95 Anna Holm 1995 Anna Radford 1991-93 Tina Barrett 1986-88 BIG SOUTH All-COnFEREnCE Amanda Steinhagen 2013 BIG SOUTH All-ACADEMIC Hannah Pierce 2013 VaSID All-STATE Amanda Steinhagen, 1st-Team
1995 1994 1993 1993 1993 1992 1992 1991 1990 1990 1990 1989 1989 1988 1988 1988 1987 1987 1987 1986 1985 1984 1984
nCAA II CHAMPIOnSHIPS Amanda Diamond, t-4th Ellen Berg, t-7th Mandy Beamer, t-21st Kacia Shwen, t-29th Mary Millage, 34th Katie Ladowicz, t-39th
2002 2001 2001 2001 2001 2001
Vicki Matkovich, t-17th Mandy Beamer, 21st Katie Soule, t-25th Kacia Shwen, 47th Brandy Hussey, 48th
2000 2000 2000 2000 2000
nCAA II-III CHAMPIOnSHIPS Vicki Matkovich, t-3rd Karla Roberson, t-7th Rachel Abbott, 9th Mandy Beamer, 12th Jessica Fernandez, t-20th Katie Soule, t-38th Karla Roberson, 8th Karla Roberson, 14th Rachel Abbott, 55th
1999 1998 1998 1998 1998 1998 1997 1996 1996
AIAW CHAMPIOnSHIPS Penny Stallins, 20th Louise Moss, n/a
CIAW CHAMPIOnSHIPS Becky Bondurant, n/a
nGCA All-SCHOlAR TEAM Longwood, 12th (3.658) Longwood, 14th (3.564) Longwood, 16th (3.616) Longwood, t-19th (3.559)
2009 2008 2007 2006
DIVISIOn I All-InDEPEnDEnT Jessica Williams, 2nd-Team 2007 Stephanie Hicks, 1st-Team 2006 Mary Carmody, 3rd-Team 2006 Mary Carmody, All-Newcomer Team 2006 Jessica Williams, All-Newcomer Team 2006 Stephanie Hicks, Co-Golfer of the Year 2005 Stephanie Hicks, 1st-Team 2005 Tiffany Woodyer, 1st-Team 2005 DIVISIOn I InDEPEnDEnT All-ACADEMIC HOnORS Mary Carmody Kara Spence Stephanie Hicks Petra Nystrom
nCAA I CHAMPIOnSHIPS Charlaine Coetzee, 92nd Charlaine Coetzee, t-34th Charlaine Coetzee, t-74th Anna Radford, t-81st Brenda Campbell-Harris, t-88th Brenda Campbell-Harris, t-82nd Ami Schonauer, t-101st Ami Schonauer, t-53rd Ami Schonauer, 92nd Ashley Warren, 98th Heather Hartwick, 99th Ashley Warren, 100th Ami Schonauer, 101st Tina Barrett, t-72nd Gretchen Pugh, 94th Marcia Melone, t-100th Marcia Melone, t-47th Tina Barrett, t-53rd Gretchen Pugh, 92nd Tina Barrett, t-41st Tina Barrett, 66th Sue Morgan, 92nd Lanie Gerken, 96th
2007 2007 2006 2006
GTE-CoSIDA ACADEMIC HOnORS Charlaine Coetzee 1994-95 Daphne Sole 1990 Tina Barrett 1986-88 VaSID ACADEMIC HOnORS Charlaine Coetzee 1994-95 Anna Radford 1991 Ashley Warren 1989-90 Tina Barrett 1986-88
GOlF COURSE FACIlITIES
The longwood Golf Club, one of just three college-owned golf course facilities in Virginia, is home to the women’s golf program. It was previously the site of the Tina Barrett Invitational from 1991-2000, hosted by the women’s team and named for the four-time All-American and 19-year LPGA Tour player. Located just steps from the President’s house one mile from our campus, the Longwood Golf Club includes a challenging nine-hole layout with four sets of tees, two practice greens with practice sand bunkers, a practice range, and a golf shop. Longwood also enjoys practice and playing privileges at The Manor Resort Golf Club located just south of Farmville and only minutes from campus. It is a one-of-a-kind golf course in a spectacular setting and features bent grass greens, fairways, and tees. Chosen as one of the "Best New Golf Courses of 2007" by Golf Digest Magazine (#4). Longwood hosted the most recent Tina Barrett Invitational March 2829, 2011, posting a tournament record 36-hole score of 291-297--588 while finishing in first place among five teams. The Lancers were 13 shots ahead of runners-up Old Dominion University (601) while Amanda Steinhagen took individual medalist honors in the field of 28 with her tournament record fourunder par 69-71--140 for her first collegiate victory. Steinhagen's two-round score of 140 is a collegiate-best as well as a new school record for 36 holes. She was followed by Hannah Pierce (73-73--146, 3rd), Ariel Witmer (72-76-148, 5th) and Ha Lee (77-77--154, 10th), along with Brooke Mallory (78-77-155, t-11th). Longwood established new tournament team records for 18 (291) and 36 (588) holes, while Steinhagen set new event records for both 18 (69) and 36 (140) holes, as well, during the 2011 event. The tournament has not taken place during each of the past three years.
The Manor Resort Golf Club opened in June 2006 to rave reviews and is located just minutes from campus.
lOnGWOOD UnIVERSITy With a legacy of learning dating back more than 170 years, Longwood University has developed a meaningful learning environment that extends far beyond the classroom. Founded in 1839 as the Farmville Female Seminary Association, the school was a pioneer first in private and later in public education. The state of Virginia acquired the school in 1884 and renamed it as the Normal School, the first state institution of higher learning for women in Virginia. Over the years, the school expanded its curricula and had a succession of names, becoming Longwood College in 1949 and fully coeducational in 1976. On April 24, 2002, history was again made at Longwood when Gov. Mark Warner signed legislation that designated Longwood as a university, effective July 1, 2002.
The legacy that began in 1839 continues today as Longwood University offers more than 100 majors, minors and concentrations to more than 4,800 students. Given its historical roots, Longwood University enjoys an enviable reputation for teacher preparation. But the excellence has expanded throughout the university with strong programs in the liberal arts and sciences, business, and professional and pre-professional programs. Today the coeducational, comprehensive state university comprises four separate colleges: the Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and Economics, the College of Education and Human Services and the College of Graduate and Professional Studies. The graduate college offers programs in education, communication sciences and disorders, English and sociology, as well as an MBA degree. Under the leadership of Interim President Marge Connelly, Longwood is committed to developing citizen leaders and provides a meaningful learning environment. Students get an excellent grounding in theory then translate their newly acquired knowledge into action by doing research, internships, fieldwork and community service. Recognizing the value of experiential learning, Longwood is one of the few universities in the country to require all students to complete an internship or similar learning experience before graduation. Additionally, Longwood was the first institution in Virginia to require that every freshman have a laptop computer. Technology is integrated throughout the learning process—an essential element for preparing the leaders of tomorrow. The Greenwood Library supports Longwood’s mission of developing citizen leaders through a comprehensive array of services and resources. It is a learning-centered environment that fosters intellectual exchange, scholarly communication, cultural enrichment, lifelong information literacy and creative expression. In addition, the library provides more than 343,000 titles, 8,000 DVDs, 5,100 CDs, 900 print journal subscriptions, and 160 electronic databases with access to more than 51,000 full-text electronic journals. The library also provides integrated technol-
ogy for information retrieval from libraries throughout the world. This state-of-the-art facility is named in honor of Longwood’s 22nd president, Dr. Janet Daly Greenwood who served from 1981 to 1987. Longwood provides a range of business services to the region and state through the Longwood Small Business Development Center, while the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts serves as an important and innovative study center and cultural resource for the Commonwealth of Virginia. Longwood University also has a tremendous economic and cultural impact on Farmville and the surrounding communities. A study conducted by the Longwood Small Business Development Center estimates that university employees, students and visitors spent more than $90 million in 2007—with 66 percent of that amount being spent in Farmville and the eight surrounding counties. The Longwood campus, located in the heart of historic Farmville, Va., provides excellent facilities while reflecting the charm, beauty and character associated with its long heritage. The campus community was enhanced with the opening of Brock Commons, a beautiful pedestrian promenade that provides a central focal point for the Longwood campus while eliminating traffic congestion and safety hazards. Fountains, walkways, outdoor sculpture and beautiful landscaping contribute to Brock Commons, creating a parklike atmosphere for students, faculty, staff and the public. Longwood’s signature building, Ruffner Hall, was rededicated on April 23, 2005, and replicates the university’s most beloved building and its beautiful rotunda, dating to the 1880s, which burned on April 24, 2001, while undergoing a $12 million renovation. The original eight paintings on the interior of the rotunda dome, created in 1905 by the Italian-born artist Eugene D. Monfalcone of Richmond, have been returned to the dome following an extensive restoration that was under way prior to the fire. The historic Joan of Arc statue, known affectionately as “Joanie on the Stony,” was also restored recently and returned to its place of honor on the main floor beneath the rotunda. The larger-than-life sculpture is a reproduction of the famous 1870 original created by French sculptor Henri-Michel-Antoine Chapu. The statue was a gift of the Class of 1914 and symbolizes Joan of Arc as the patron saint of Longwood. Ruffner Hall was reconstructed in the classic style based on the original blueprints and drawings from the state archives in Richmond. The 83,143-square-foot building houses 22 classrooms, four academic departments, the offices of the Vice President for Academic Affairs and the deans of the College of Graduate and Professional Studies and the Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences, named for benefactors Dr. John R. Cook (Class of 1952) and Dr. Waverly M. Cole. Between Ruffner Hall and Blackwell Hall, a sunlit hallway forms the Cole Gallery, which features a collection of more than 500 pieces of 19th-century Bohemian glass, Meissen porcelain and English pottery donated to the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts by Dr. Cole. Standing guard over this rare collection of decorative arts, with her sword held high, is the recently renovated equestrian statue of Joan of Arc, or “Joanie on the Pony,” by Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington. Adjoining the Cole Gallery is Blackwell Hall, opened in 1920 as the campus dining hall. This historic facility, which survived the Great Fire of 2001, was named in the mid-1970s in memory of Dr. Herbert R. Blackwell, professor of English and dean of the college. Today, following a recent renovation and conversion, Blackwell Hall has a new role providing space for social, cultural and educational events for the campus and community. Along with Blackwell Hall, the extensive renovation included the adjacent Virginia and Prince Edward meeting rooms. The Chichester Science Center opened Dec. 6, 2005. The 70,822square-foot facility includes 23 classrooms and laboratories, 47 faculty offices and additional research space for both undergraduate and graduate research projects. The building, which was named in 2007 in honor of John H. and Karen Williams Chichester (Class of 1974), features a state-
of-the-art, climate-controlled environment with safety ventilation systems and hazardous materials safeguards, as well as a high-tech infrastructure for classrooms, laboratories and distance-learning facilities. A greenhouse and herbarium, housing the world’s largest collection of Virginia plant specimens, are located on the roof. More recently, a multifaceted Health and Fitness Center opened in August 2007. Located on Main Street adjacent to Frazer Residence Hall, the 74,683-square-foot, 2-1/2-story facility features a wide range of amenities including an indoor track, basketball and racquetball courts, a climbing wall, workout rooms, juice bar, and the latest weight, exercise and training equipment. The building received a Gold Certification Rating in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) from the U.S. Green Building Council. One of the more popular buildings on campus is the two-story, 60,000-square-foot Dorrill Dining Hall located on Brock Commons across from the Lankford Student Union. Named in honor of Dr. William Franklin Dorrill, Longwood’s 23rd president, this multipurpose facility with its curved, colonnaded portico overlooking Iler Field was the first on campus to utilize geothermal heating and cooling. The flexible interior design provides space for banquets, meetings and special events along with a Grand Dining Room seating 500 and an arcade seating an additional 700. In fall 2009, the Center for Communication Studies and Theatre opened a new era for one of Longwood’s fastest-growing programs. The three-story, 41,983-square-foot building is home to the Department of Communication Studies and Theatre and Longwood Theatre productions, and is situated between the south end of Bedford Hall and Franklin Street across from the Hull Education Center. The new building features a highly flexible 174-seat “black box” theater, in which the seats and stage can be moved around. A studio theater, of about 80 seats and also flexible, will be used for student productions. There is also a scene shop, a costume shop and a drafting lab. The center also houses the Jack Blanton Gallery, which features more than 160 of the 230 pieces of artwork donated by Jack Blanton to the Longwood Center for the Visual Arts. More than 1,300 students reside in three campus-managed apartment communities: Longwood Landings at Mid-Town Square, Longwood Village and Lancer Village. Some of the amenities and features of the apartments are private bedrooms (some with private baths), full kitchens (most with dishwashers), washer-dryer units, large living areas, high-speed Internet and cable television. Two of the three communities have fitness rooms, and one has a swimming pool and a game room. On campus, Wheeler and Cox Halls recently reopened following complete renovations. These residence halls now include elevators, air conditioning, bathrooms with ceramic tile and new fixtures, contemporary study rooms with modern amenities, and common areas with outside terraces. Longwood Landings at Mid-Town Square, which opened in August 2006, is a residential village that includes four four-story buildings with the top three floors dedicated to student housing and the ground floor devoted to leased retail space. Longwood students occupy 96 four-bedroom and 24 single-room apartments. Retailers include Barnes & Noble, which operates Longwood’s bookstore and includes a Starbucks Café, and a Chick-fil-A and Moe’s Southwest Grill operated by Longwood Dining Services (ARAMARK). Willett Hall, named for former Longwood President Henry I. Willett Jr., is a health, physical education and recreation complex located on Brock Commons. It has a gymnasium with 1,807 seats; a complete weight-training laboratory; a 25-meter pool with a 1-meter board, underwater lighting and observation window; a 350-seat natatorium; a modern dance studio with a floating floor and staging capacity; and one of the state’s best-equipped laboratories for the study of human performance as it relates to exercise, sports, health and the arts. A 3,000-square-foot addition to Willett Hall houses a sports medicine/rehabilitation facility for the
health, recreation and kinesiology programs. Not far from campus students can enjoy the facilities at Longwood Estate, which features a complex of athletic fields for field hockey, lacrosse and soccer, along with a nine-hole golf course. The president’s home, Longwood House, is situated on the estate.
Longwood University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS: 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033; 404-679-4500) to award bachelor’s and master’s degrees. Other accreditations include the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), the Virginia State Board of Education, the National Association of Schools of Theatre and the National Association of Schools of Music. Specific program endorsements include the undergraduate social work program that is accredited by the Council on Social Work Education; the undergraduate therapeutic recreation program that is accredited by the National Recreation and Park Association; the athletic training program that is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CCATE); and the undergraduate and graduate business administration programs that are accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB- International). For the 15th straight year, Longwood University is ranked among the best in the 2013 U.S. News & World Report survey. The new USN&WR “America’s Best Colleges” report, released in September 2012, ranks Longwood 11th in the category “Top Public UniversitiesMaster’s” in the South. Among all Southern Universities-Master’s (public and private) Longwood remains within the top tier at No. 33. Additionally, Longwood is one of only 138 schools in the Southeast selected as a “Best in the Southeast” in the Princeton Review’s 2014 Best Colleges: Region by Region listings. The Princeton Review also named Longwood one of the nation's “Best Value” colleges and universities, including Longwood as one of 75 public institutions to be featured in its book, "The Best Value Colleges: 2013 Edition." And, for the fourth consecutive year, Longwood University is included as one of the 650 best colleges in the United States in the Forbes 2013 list of America’s Best Colleges.
THE FARMVIllE AREA / COMMOnWEAlTH OF VIRGInIA
THE FARMVIllE AREA Longwood University is located in historic Farmville, Virginia -- 65 miles west of Richmond, 48 miles east of Lynchburg, and 60 miles south of Charlottesville -- the Heart of Virginia. The Town of Farmville has a population of approximately 6,800. The Farmville Area is comprised of the town of Farmville, along with the counties of Prince Edward and Cumberland. This area serves as a retail hub and commercial activity center for eight counties of Southside Virginia and has a service market of more than 100,000 people. Education is a dominant factor in the area, with three outstanding colleges offering educational and training opportunities. In addition to Longwood, Hampden-Sydney College and Southside Virginia Community College are located in the area. The Farmville Area has a diversified economy with strong manufacturing, trade, service, and agricultural sectors. Manufacturing activity centers around natural resources, textiles, and a variety of industrial and consumer goods. The Town of Farmville is also home to the annual Heart of Virginia Festival (first Saturday in May) and many historical sites, including Appomattox Courthouse and Sailors Creek Battlefield. These points of interest make the Farmville Area a very attractive place to be. Located in and near town are churches, hotels, motels, a country club, a municipal airport, and a community hospital. Many additional points of interest are within a short distance of the Farmville area. COMMOnWEAlTH OF VIRGInIA The Commonwealth of Virginia is one of the original 13 colonies. Named for the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I of England, Virginia was England’s first successful overseas colony and the site of the first permanent English settlement in America. West Virginia was part of Virginia until 1863. Virginia’s rich political heritage helped shape the democratic principles on which the United States was founded. Virginia played an important role in the American Revolution (1775-1783), and it entered the Union as the 10th of the original 13 states on June 25, 1788. During the American Civil War (1861-1865) the state’s capital, Richmond, was also capital of the Confederacy. The state has long been nicknamed Old Dominion. George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and James Monroe, all Virginians, were founding fathers of the United States and were among the first five U.S. presidents. Virginia is also the birthplace of U.S. presidents William Henry Harrison, John Tyler, Zachary Taylor, and Woodrow Wilson. Virginia is the 35th largest state in the United States, bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean, on the north and east by Maryland and the
District of Columbia, on the west by West Virginia and Kentucky, and on the south by Tennessee and North Carolina. According to the 2010 national census, Virginia’s population was 8,001,024, ranking it 12th among the states. Virginia Beach (435,619) is one of the most popular resort destinations on the East Coast, as well as Virginia’s largest city. Richmond (192,913) is the state capital and a center of banking and insurance, and of both retail and wholesale trade. The Naval Base at Norfolk (229,112) and the Naval Shipyard at Portsmouth (101,377) employ thousands of civilians and military personnel. Hampton (145,017) is important for its aviation activities such as Langley Air Force Base and a National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) facility. In Newport News (178,281) is a shipyard that builds naval ships, including aircraft carriers. Alexandria (136,974) is part of the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area. Lynchburg (67,720) is the site of light industries. Roanoke (91,552) is the largest city in western Virginia. Civilian and military employment, mostly with the federal government, is an essential part of the Virginia economy. The Pentagon, which houses the Department of Defense, is located in Virginia and is the leading federal employer in the northern part of the state. There are also important military bases in Virginia, particularly the massive complex of army, navy, and air force bases in the vicinity of Norfolk. Average January temperatures range from less than 32°F in the west to more than 42°F in southeastern Virginia. Average July temperatures range from more than 78°F in the southeast to less than 68°F in the western mountains. Total precipitation ranges from about 35 to more than 50 inches. Snowfalls are moderate, except in the mountain regions. Besides Virginia, three other states - Kentucky, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania - use the term commonwealth as part of their official names. The delegates to the convention in Williamsburg, when the first Constitution of Virginia was adopted on June 29, 1776, used commonwealth as the name for the new form of government. It is very likely they had in mind the Puritans’ rebellion against the Crown in England more than 100 years earlier. Pennsylvania and Massachusetts also chose to be called commonwealths after independence from Great Britain. The other 10 former colonies took the name “state,” the term used in the Declaration of Independence. Kentucky was once part of Virginia. When Kentuckians joined the Union as the 15th state in 1792, it also kept the name commonwealth. Source(s): Farmville Area Chamber of Commerce; Commonwealth of Virginia (via Encarta Encyclopedia, MSN Learning & Research); Virginia Tourism Corporation
UnIVERSITy PRESIDEnT / ExECUTIVE STEERInG COUnCIl W. TAylOR REVElEy IV W. Taylor Reveley IV is the 26th president of Longwood University. His term began June 1, 2013.
Founded in 1839 and located in Farmville, Va., Longwood University is among the hundred oldest colleges and universities in America, and is Virginia’s third-oldest public university, after the College of William & Mary and the University of Virginia. It is a liberal arts university dedicated to the development of citizen leaders who are prepared to make positive contributions to the common good of society, and today has more than 4,800 undergraduate and graduate students. Longwood is organized into five colleges: the Cook-Cole College of Arts and Sciences, the College of Business and Economics, the College of Education and Human Services, the Cormier Honors College, and the College of Graduate and Professional Studies. Longwood’s athletic teams compete at the NCAA Division I level, and the university is a member of the Big South Conference. Reveley previously served as the managing director of the University of Virginia’s Miller Center, a nonpartisan institute focused on the U.S. presidency, policy and political history. Through strategic focus during Reveley’s tenure, the Miller Center became a key element of U.Va.’s academic work and public engagement and an increasingly prominent institution nationwide. The Miller Center’s faculty teaches almost 1,000 U.Va. students annually and includes a Pulitzer Prize winner and two winners of the Bancroft Prize, the most distinguished award in the field of U.S. history. Supported by an endowment of $65 million, the Miller Center has conducted the official oral history of each U.S. presidential administration over the past four decades and also engaged in significant broadcast partnerships with MacNeil/Lehrer Productions and ABC News. Gerald L. Baliles, former governor of Virginia, is the director and CEO of the Miller Center, which recently completed a $45 million comprehensive capital campaign. Prior to his tenure as managing director of the Miller Center, Reveley served as the coordinating attorney for its National War Powers Commission, co-chaired by U.S. Secretaries of State James Baker and Warren Christopher. Reveley has likewise served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Princeton University Alumni Council. Reveley’s father, W. Taylor Reveley III, is the president of the College of William & Mary. His grandfather, W. Taylor Reveley II, served as the president of Hampden-Sydney College from 1963 to 1977. Reveley’s family connections to Longwood also are extensive. His grandmother, Marie Eason Reveley-Harris ’40,
W. Taylor Reveley IV President Justin Pope Chief of Staff and Advisor to the President Brenda Atkins Vice President for Commonwealth Relations Richard W. Bratcher Vice President for Facilities Management P. Kenneth Copeland Jr. Vice President of Administration and Finance Kenneth B. Perkins Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Tim J. Pierson Vice President for Student Affairs Victoria Kindon Vice President for Strategic Operations Troy Austin Director of Athletics
her sisters, Caroline Eason Roberts ’42 and Julia Eason Mercer ’44, and her mother Carrie Rennie Eason ’10, were graduates of Longwood, and his great-grandfather Dr. Thomas D. Eason taught biology at the university. As a business attorney at Hunton & Williams before joining the faculty of U.Va. with the Miller Center, Reveley engaged in mergers, acquisitions and financings totaling $1.6 billion for both public and private entities. Additionally, he represented the Harvest Foundation in its work to begin a new baccalaureate public initiative in Southside Virginia, by means of a $50 million challenge grant to the Commonwealth of Virginia, an effort that resulted in the founding of the New College Institute in Martinsville. Reveley graduated with honors from Princeton University, where he majored in classics and was also a student athlete as a member of the football team. He received a master’s degree from Union Presbyterian Seminary and J.D. from the University of Virginia. His wife, Marlo, is a vice president with Allianz Global Assistance, and they have two children.
DIRECTOR OF ATHlETICS / DIVISIOn I HISTORy TROy AUSTIn Troy Austin is in his ninth year at Longwood University during 2013-14, and his sixth full year as Director of Athletics following his appointment on April 22, 2008. He also serves on the President’s Executive Steering Council. Austin previously served as the interim AD from August 2006 to April 2008, and his efforts were essential to Longwood gaining Big South Conference membership. Austin, one of the youngest Division I athletics directors in the nation (35), was appointed to and served a three-year term (2009-12) on the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association (ADA) Executive Committee, re-appointed to a second three-year term (2012-15) and elected to serve as the DI-AAA ADA secretary for 201314. He spearheaded the creation and development of A Blueprint for Success, a five-year (2009-14) Strategic Plan for Longwood University Athletics. Austin oversees an intercollegiate athletics department where the overall undergraduate cumulative grade point average is 3.0 among 200-plus student-athletes. He served on the selection committee for the appointment of retired Brigadier General Patrick Finnegan who served as Longwood University's 25th president from 2010-12. Austin served in a critical role as Longwood completed the final year of its NCAA Division I Reclassification during 2006-07. He represented the department during a three-day visit to campus in September 2006 by a four-member Peer-Review Team as well as an NCAA Representative during the Division I Certification Self-Study and Evaluation process. Austin coordinated the compilation of information for the school’s annual Athletics Report and Updated Strategic Plan that year as well. Austin has supervised 14 intercollegiate athletics programs and respective coaching staffs, and an administrative support staff over the past eight academic years. He has administered an annual budget of over $8 million, while developing and implementing marketing strategies to brand the department. Austin has overseen facility capital upgrade projects for basketball, baseball, softball, soccer, field hockey and women’s lacrosse. Prior to his appointment as interim AD, he had been the director of development for intercollegiate athletics at Longwood from October 2005 to August 2006, assisting with the department’s external relations efforts, including the direction of the Lancer Club and its executive council. Austin was the director of program development and marketing relations for the National Football League Coaches Association (NFLCA) from 2003-05. At the NFLCA, he directed the development and marketing of NFLCA programs, properties, and special events. In this capacity, Austin sought marketing partners for the NFLCA, and negotiated marketing opportunities for NFL assistant and head coaches. In addition, he oversaw the membership benefits program for the 750 active and retired NFL coaches, facilitated sponsorships with corporate partners, and served as a liaison between NFLCA and marketing partners among many other duties and responsibilities. While pursuing his post-graduate degree at VCU (2002-03), Austin served an internship within VCU Athletics Marketing and Promotions where he contributed to the development of promotional efforts for creating and maintaining fan interest while assisting with marketing efforts to attain new sponsors. Prior to his time at VCU, he served an internship
KEy DATES TO nCAA DIVISIOn I HISTORy november 12, 2002 President Cormier informs nCAA of intent to reclassify to Division I August 2003 nCAA approves move into first year of reclassification September 1, 2004 Full compliance with Division I legislation/ membership requirements September 2004 Men’s Golf and Women’s lacrosse/ Multidivisional Reclassification September 2005 longwood begins Division I Certification Self-Study May 15, 2006 longwood submits Division I Certification Self-Study Report to nCAA September 15-16, 2006 Men’s Golf competes in first official Division I competition at Rutgers September 25-27, 2006 nCAA Peer-Review Team visits campus to conduct certification evaluation April 9, 2007 nCAA approves longwood Self-Study process as successfully completed May 2007 Men’s Golf earns invitation and competes in school’s first nCAA Division I postseason competition July 11, 2007 nCAA approves longwood for Division I active membership during 2007-08 September 1, 2007 longwood begins competition as officially-certified Division I member January 23, 2012 longwood invited to join the Big South Conference following a vote by the Big South Council of Chief Executive Officers July 1, 2012 longwood becomes the 12th member of the Big South Conference October 27, 2012 Women’s Soccer competes in first Big South Tournament March 10, 2013 Women’s Basketball advances to first Big South Tournament Championship May 12, 2013 Softball wins first Big South Tournament Championship May 17-18, 2013 Softball competes in nCAA Knoxville Regional within Duke University Athletics as the Life Skills Coordinator where he directed the nationally renowned educational program, ‘Verizon Read with the Blue Devils’, for elementary school children. A native of Orange, New Jersey, Austin earned his bachelor of arts degree in sociology, along with a certificate in markets & management from Duke where he was a four-year football letterman. A team captain as a senior, he earned the William J. Griffith Service Award and was named the team’s Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman. Austin earned his master of science degree in sports leadership from the VCU Center for Sports Leadership.
ATHlETICS ADMInISTRATIOn Associate Athletics Director for Student-Athlete Enhancement & Senior Woman Administrator / Michelle Meadows
Michelle Meadows is in her ninth year at Longwood University during 2013-14, and was promoted to her new position of Associate Athletic Director in February 2009, after serving as Assistant Athletic Director from July 2005. She was also appointed as the Department’s Senior Woman Administrator in July 2007. Prior to Longwood, Meadows was the Assistant Compliance Director (2003-05) at Virginia Commonwealth University where she earned her master of science degree from the Center for Sports Leadership in 2003. As Associate AD for Student-Athlete Enhancement, Meadows supervises the Academic Services and NCAA Compliance programs, while managing the department’s scholarship budget and serving as a liaison for various campus departments, including Residential & Commuter Life, Admissions, Financial Aid and Student Success & Enrollment Management. She is also the sport supervisor for field hockey and women’s lacrosse. As SWA, she serves on the Big South Board of Administrators, Championships Committee, Graduate Fellowship Selection Committee, Lacrosse and Softball Committees. Meadows was also appointed by the Board of Visitors to serve on the Compensation Task Force in 2012 and appointed Co-Chair, as well as the Presidential Selection Committee for Longwood’s 26th President, W. Taylor Reveley IV. Meadows was instrumental upon her arrival in 2005 in enhancing the department’s NCAA compliance program with a focus on education and monitoring that was vital to Longwood’s reclassification and certification as a Division I program in 2007. During the early stages of her tenure, her vision led the creation and development of an Academic Services Department in October 2006 providing resources to student-athletes for their athletic, academic, career and personal pursuits. In February 2009, her role was expanded to include actively directing the academic services program and development of the current Student-Athlete Enhancement Department. During Meadows’ tenure, the department has experienced its’ highest academic achievements as a Division I program including six consecutive semesters of a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA for all student-athletes, three sports recognized nationally by the NCAA for a perfect four-year Academic Progress Rate (APR) score, 10 sports with a perfect APR score in 2011-12, and a graduation success rate of 79%. A Richmond native, Meadows graduated summa cum laude from Virginia Tech in 2001 with a bachelor of science degree in human nutrition, foods, and exercise. She was a four-year starter in softball for the Hokies and a three-time Academic All-American, the first student-athlete to do so at Virginia Tech at that time. She was named the Atlantic 10 Player of the Year and Atlantic 10 Softball Student-Athlete of the Year in her senior season. She was the recipient of a NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship Award and was honored by Virginia Tech with the Skelton Award for Academic Excellence in Athletics at the conclusion of her career. On October 22, 2010, Meadows was inducted into the Virginia Tech Sports Hall of Fame for her contributions as a Virginia Tech student-athlete. Meadows is also a member of Fellowship of Christian Athletes and serves as faculty advisor for Chi Alpha Campus Ministries at Longwood University.
Associate Athletics Director for Internal Operations / Bill Irish Bill Irish is in his fifth year at Longwood University during 2013-14, beginning employment May 25, 2009, and serves as a member of the department’s senior management team. Prior to Longwood, he worked for The Thomas James Company, an event management, operations, and marketing consulting group in Atlanta, following an appointment as director of operations for the 2008 NCAA Division II Spring Championships Festival in Houston. Irish previously had been a vice-president of programming operations and scheduling for FOX Sports South/SportSouth Networks from 1995-2008. Irish handles the department budget management along with oversight of travel procedures, athletic facilities, athletics laundry services, and team sport supervision for men’s and women’s golf, as well as men’s and women’s tennis. He serves as the department’s liaison with the Budget Office, Accounting and Financial Reporting, the Longwood Foundation, Facilities and Material Management, Human Resources, and Information Technology Services, and serves on both the Longwood Campus Impact and the Safety/Emergency Management Committees as well. At FSN South/SportSouth, Irish’s vast and varied duties included selection of seasonal schedules for professional and collegiate teams and conferences, input and upkeep of the monthly schedules, territorial switching reports as mandated by professional and collegiate contracts, and served as the contract administrator and network contact for ACC Live and SEC-TV programming packages. He was involved in negotiation and administration of all regionally-developed programming agreements and underwritten regional network programming, worked directly with the controller and the executive producer on the annual programming budget, and was the format administrator for the network his last five years, working with ad sales and production to create the most effective formats for the networks. In addition, Irish worked for the Turner Sports-managed and operated SportSouth Network as both director of programming (1992-95) and program manager (1990-92), and for Pacific Sports Network (1989-90) as program manager. He served as the assistant executive director for operations and event management at the Chick-Fil-A Peach Bowl (198889), was the director of athletic marketing, travel, radio & TV at Rice University (1985-88) and was the athletic business manager at Rice (1984-85) as well. Irish was also the director of community relations/group ticket sales manager/broadcasting, and merchandising manager for the Houston Gamblers (1983-85) of the now-defunct United States Football League. A native of Houston, Irish earned his bachelor of arts degree in psychology from the University of St. Thomas in Houston. His wife, Teresa, is a native of Front Royal and serves as the executive assistant to the Vice President for Academic Affairs at Longwood.
ATHlETICS ADMInISTRATIOn Associate Athletics Director for External Relations / Scott Bacon Scott Bacon is in his third full year at Longwood University during 2013-14, and was promoted to his new position of Associate Athletics Director for External Relations in July 2013. He previously served as an Assistant AD for Development since July 2012, after serving as Director of Development for Intercollegiate Athletics since April 11, 2011. Bacon was the Director of Broadcasting and Media Relations for the Lynchburg Hillcats, the Carolina League (Advanced-A) affiliate of the Atlanta Braves from 2007-11. He has served as the Voice of the Lancers for Longwood men’s basketball since 2007-08. Bacon now has oversight for athletics fundraising, marketing and game operations while continuing to cultivate and solicit financial support for intercollegiate athletics. His duties include managing a charitable giving program, soliciting and training volunteers, managing events, coordinating solicitation efforts, and serving as Executive Director of the Lancer Club Advisory Board. Bacon continues in his role as Voice of the Lancers for men’s basketball, while adding additional sports broadcasting of select baseball and softball games that began during 2012. Bacon began his broadcasting career while attending Solon High School in the greater Cleveland area. For three years, he was the television voice of the Comets for basketball, baseball, football and soccer. A 2005 graduate of Otterbein College with a bachelor of arts degree in broadcasting, Bacon served as the Sports Director for the school’s radio station all four years, and was the radio and television voice of the Cardinals for all four of their major sports. He also received the Robert Spencer Memorial Award, recognizing a senior for outstanding broadcasting. Bacon spent four years calling games for the Columbus All-Americans in the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate Baseball League (2003-06). He also helped form and run the production company, Monument Square Productions, and his duties included broadcasting a Central Ohio high school basketball and football game-of-the-week. Bacon has also called games for the Pennsylvania SPORTSfever Television Network’s NCAA Division II College Football Game of the Week and radio broadcasts for Lincoln (Pa.) University Football. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Scott and his wife, Lacey, were married on June 7, 2013.
Assistant Athletics Director for Marketing / Eric Stoller Eric Stoller is in his eighth year at Longwood University during 2013-14, and was promoted to his new position of Assistant Athletic Director for Marketing in July 2012, after serving as Director of Marketing since May 2010. He previously had been the ticket and athletic events manager (2006-08), marketing and game operations manager (2008-09), and director of marketing and game operations (2009-10). Stoller previously had worked as an event programmer at Ticketmaster’s Midwest Regional Office in Chicago during 2005-06 after two years as a Ticket Operations Intern with the Chicago Rush Arena Football team (2003-05) while also serving as a Fan Assistant with the NFL’s Chicago Bears since 2003. As Assistant AD for Marketing, Stoller oversees sponsorships, marketing, university licensing, promotions, ticketing, and game day experience while supervising the cheerleading program and the Lancer Lunatic student fan group. Under Stoller, Longwood’s marketing department won the NCAA/Independent “Pack the House Challenge” in four of five years (2008, 2010-12) as well as increasing sponsorships and ticket sales to all time highs. The Lancer Lunatics won the 2012-13 Longwood University Citizen Leader Award for most improve Student Organization as we as the 2013 Naismith Student Section of the Year Award for the Big South Conference. At Ticketmaster, Stoller assisted in creating sporting events and concerts, managed high volumes of data, identified and resolved event-programming issues, and was responsible for the distribution of event information. With the Rush, he was trained in all aspects of ticketing and served as a secondary contact in the Box Office on game days. Stoller also maintained season ticket holder and group records while also assisting in customer relations. With the Bears, he coordinated the Cadillac Club booth at Soldier Field while also representing the franchise at their suites and media areas. While pursuing his undergraduate degree at Miami (Ohio) University (1999-2003), Stoller worked as a Marketing Assistant with Miami University Sports Marketing. As such, he organized and scheduled halftime entertainment for men’s basketball, supervised selection and participation of contestants for halftime competitions, distributed promotional materials and information for the athletics department, wrote public address announcements for men’s basketball games, and was responsible for game day preparations for major home events of six sports. Stoller coached freshman boys lacrosse at Adlai E. Stevenson High School just outside of Chicago for three years. A native of Buffalo Grove, Illinois, Stoller earned his bachelor of science degree from the Richard T. Farmer School of Business Administration at Miami (Ohio) in marketing and organizational leadership with a thematic sequence in mass communications. He was also a four-year member of the men’s lacrosse club team for the RedHawks. Stoller earned his master of science degree in sports leadership from the VCU Center for Sports Leadership in December 2008. He is also a member of National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) while serving on the NACMA Awards Committee in 2010 and the NACMA Communications Committee in 2012.
ATHlETICS ADMInISTRATIOn Assistant Athletics Director for Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer / Jenna Page
Jenna Page is in her seventh year at Longwood University during 2013-14, and was promoted to her new position of Assistant Athletic Director for Sports Medicine in July 2012, after serving as the head athletic trainer since March 25, 2009. She was named the 2013 Virginia Athletic Trainers' Association (VATA) Collegiate/University Athletic Trainer of the Year. Page oversees athletic training along with strength and conditioning while specifically handling the sports of women's soccer and softball and previously served as the associate athletic trainer since July 2008. She was an assistant athletic trainer during 2007-08, and had served as a graduate assistant athletic trainer at the University of Virginia during 2006-07 while earning her master of education degree in athletic training. At UVA, Page worked with the football and softball programs, as well as with the cheerleading and dance teams. Her softball responsibilities included organization of medical coverage at home and on the road, injury evaluation, rehabilitation programming, scheduling of sports medicine related appointments, as well as communication with coaches, staff mentors, and team physicians. With football, Page helped coordinate emergency medical coverage, performed injury evaluations, executed rehabilitation programs, coordinated packing for away games, and assisted in facility inventory. She was the emergency contact for acute injury management and rehabilitation programming for cheerleading/dance. Page also has both undergraduate and graduate teaching experience while also making several previous professional presentations. A native of Baltimore, Maryland, Page holds membership with the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), is a Virginia Board of Medicine Licensure, and is American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid and Professional Rescuer Certified. She is a 2006 graduate of Catawba College in Salisbury, North Carolina where she earned a bachelor of science degree in athletic training. Page graduated cum laude from Catawba where she received numerous honors and awards, including the 2006 Whitley Award, the schoolâ€™s highest honor in the physical education department.
Assistant Athletics Director for Athletics Fields and Maintenance / Alpha Jones Alpha Jones is in his first year at Longwood University during 2013-14, beginning employment July 25, 2013. He will oversee all of the school's athletic facilities and manage their upkeep. Jones comes to Longwood following 11 years working with the Durham Bulls Grounds Crew and serving as Head Groundskeeper for the Durham Athletic Park. During his time in Durham, Jones administered the facility budget, trained new employees, and maintained all aspects of the turf, equipment and assets. Additionally, he provided on-site management, actively coordinated each event and served as liaison for all baseball and special event leases for the Durham Athletic Park. Prior to working at the Durham Athletic Park, Jones was the crew leader at the Wake-Med Soccer Park for the Town of Cary, North Carolina from 2006-08. In this role, he helped maintained the home field of the Carolina Railhawks (North American Soccer League) and the site of the NCAA Women's College Cup. Previously, Jones was the head groundskeeper at Durham Academy from 2001-06 and the owner/operator at J & D Landscaping from 1989-01. Jones, a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, earned an associate degree in arts from Durham Technical Community College in 2003 prior to graduating summa cum laude with his bachelor's degree in political science from North Carolina Central University in 2005. Alpha and his wife Beth have three children, two daughters Jasmine (24) and Justine (15), and a son Jordan (21).
ATHlETICS ADMInISTRATIOn / ATHlETICS MEDIA RElATIOnS Associate Athletics Director for Media Relations Greg Prouty
Assistant Director for Athletics Media Relations Ashley Robbins
Greg Prouty is in his 21st year at Longwood University during 2013-14, and his 17th year overseeing athletics media relations and sports information while serving as a member of the department’s senior management team. He was promoted to associate athletics director in February 2009, and has supervisory oversight of men's soccer, women's soccer, men's cross country, women's cross country and athletics video services. Prouty had previously served as an assistant athletics director since October 2004.
Ashley Robbins is in her second year at Longwood University during 2013-14, beginning employment on July 10, 2012. She assists with the daily operation of the office while also serving as the primary liaison for six of the school’s NCAA Division I teams, including field hockey, men’s soccer, women’s basketball, softball, women’s lacrosse and men's tennis. Prior to her arrival Robbins completed a 10month apprenticeship at Boston College, where she was responsible for four Eagles’ sports.
Prouty coordinates all publicity and promotion for the 14-sport intercollegiate athletics program and its student-athletes, including administration of the athletics website while overseeing the daily operation of the office. His direct sport responsibilities include men’s basketball, baseball, women’s soccer, men’s and women’s golf, and men’s and women’s cross country. He was appointed to a three-year term (2012-15) on the Big South Conference Hall of Fame Committee.
At Boston College, Robbins worked with the school’s nationally-ranked field hockey and women’s lacrosse programs along with rowing and swimming and diving. She assisted with football and women’s basketball game-day media relations and operations, while also helping coordinate efforts for the 2012 NCAA?Men’s Basketball East Regional hosted by BC this past March at the TD Garden in Boston.
Prouty was the assistant sports information director at Longwood from 1991-95 before serving two years (1995-97) as the sports information director at Lynchburg College. He is a member of both the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) and the Virginia Sports Information Directors (VaSID), and has served previous stints with CoSIDA’s charity, ethics, publications contest, and publications awards publicity committees. Prouty has served on the MVP Sports Media Training Advisory Board since April 2010. He has received six citations of excellence from CoSIDA for publications, including two 'Best in the Nation' awards, and a 'Third in the Nation' award for the 2001-02 men's basketball media guide. Prouty has served as media coordinator at four NCAA Division II Soccer Championships, including the 2002 and 2003 men’s and women’s national championships that were co-hosted by the City of Virginia Beach and Longwood. He has served as the assistant media coordinator for five NCAA Division II Softball Championships (2002, 2001, 1999, 1997, 1995) in Salem, Virginia -- championships that were co-hosted by the City of Salem and Longwood. Additionally, Prouty served as the official scorer at the 1999 softball championship. He was elected and served as chairperson of the Carolinas-Virginia Athletic Conference (CVAC) sports information directors from February 1999 until August 2000, and has previously coordinated selections for three All-State (VaSID) and All-Region (DAKTRONICS) teams (1994-2004). Prouty currently coordinates the VaSID All-State University Division men’s basketball team as well as the Division I Independent men’s basketball team. A native of Norwich, Ohio, Prouty earned a bachelor of arts degree in public relations with an option in sports information from Eastern Kentucky University in December 1988. He completed a one-year internship at ABC affiliate WTVQ-TV in Lexington, Ky., and then worked with the Indianapolis Colts during the 1989 NFL season as a public relations intern. Greg and his wife Paula, a 1985 Longwood graduate, have a daughter, Megan Leigh (15).
Prior to Boston College, Robbins spent four years in the Syracuse University Athletic Communications Department. In 2009, she was named an undergraduate sports information director for the school’s cross country, track and field and softball programs, and in 2011, she traveled to the BIG EAST Women’s Basketball Tournament as an assistant SID. Other highlights for Robbins at SU include being part of the media coordination team for the 2010 NCAA Men’s Basketball East Regional and a featured writer in the game program for a 2008 NBA exhibition between Phoenix and Denver at the Carrier Dome. In addition to her collegiate experience with Syracuse and Boston College, Robbins has worked in a communications role with professional organizations such as the New England Revolution and the Boston Bruins during their 2011 Stanley Cup campaign. She also spent time with the Bay State Games, the state games of Massachusetts, where she implemented the use of StatCrew software for the maintenance of statistics during the Summer Games. A native of Leominster, Massachusetts, Robbins graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor of science degree in sport management and a minor in public communications studies from Syracuse University in 2011.
ATHlETICS / COACHInG STAFF
Dr. Consuelo Alvarez Faculty Athletics Representative
Stuart Smith Special Assistant to the AD
Alex Ricker-Gilbert, Director Compliance
Maya Ozery, Director Athletics Academic Services
Bryan Cornn, Director Athletics Business Operations
John Hark, Director Strength & Conditioning
Buddy Bolding Athletics Fundraising Coordinator
Gary Maiorano Athletics Video Coordinator
Kayla Miller, Manager Game Operations & Events
Carly Fullerton Associate Head Athletic Trainer
Whitney Curtis, Assistant Director Marketing
Rick Canter, Assistant Director Strength & Conditioning
Rebecca Snead Marketing Assistant
Jacob Bell Development Assistant
Kyle Cook, Assistant Athletic Training
Cory Morris, Assistant Athletic Training
Sam Walton, Assistant Athletic Training
Kenny nelson Athletics Fields Technician
Tim Townsend Athletics Fields Technician
Skip Spain Public Address Announcer
Megan Miller, Head Coach Cheerleading
Jon Atkinson, Head Coach Men’s Soccer
Iain Byers, Head Coach Field Hockey
Todd Dyer, Head Coach Women’s Soccer
Kevin Fillman, Head Coach Men’s Golf
ATHlETICS / COACHInG STAFF
Jayson Gee, Head Coach Men’s Basketball
Jakob Gustafsson, Head Coach Men’s Tennis
Catherine Hanson, Head Coach Men’s & Women’s Cross Country
Elaine Jones, Head Coach Women’s lacrosse
Brian McCullough, Head Coach Baseball
Bill Reinson, Head Coach Women’s Basketball
Kathy Riley, Head Coach Softball
Casey Wharton, Head Coach Women’s Tennis
Ali Wright, Head Coach Women’s Golf
Eduardo de Souza, Assoc. Head Coach Men’s Soccer
Jon Benick, Assistant Baseball
Dan Benick, Assistant Baseball
Adria Crawford, Assistant Women’s Basketball
Mark Egner, Assistant Field Hockey
Andy Farrell, Assistant Men’s Basketball
Cade lemcke, Assistant Men’s Basketball
Jake luhn, Assistant Men’s Basketball
Meaghan neylon, Assistant Field Hockey
Wanisha Smith, Assistant Women’s Basketball
Jennifer Steele, Assistant Softball
Rich Stoneman, Assistant Women’s Soccer
Sherrie Tucker, Assistant Women’s Basketball
Mario Huffman Director of Basketball Operations
Jake Gritzmacher, GA Manager Men’s Basketball
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THE lAnCER ClUB
What is the lancer Club? The Lancer Club is the fundraising arm for Longwood University Athletics. It is the medium through which alumni, parents, friends, faculty and businesses can provide vital financial support to the student-athletes, which comprise the 14 Intercollegiate Athletic programs at Longwood. How is my gift used? •
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Student-athlete scholarships – the student-athletes are the heart and soul of the Athletic Department. While the number of scholarships awarded to Lancer student-athletes has more than doubled in the last ten years, there is still a long way to go. We need your help to meet the scholarship funding challenge. Academic excellence Team traveling expenses Athletic resources and equipment And much more...
lindsey Ottavio ‘13 Former Member of the longwood Women’s Soccer Team “Playing Division I soccer has always been a dream of mine and Longwood has made that dream come true. I am very thankful for the opportunity and support that the Lancer Club has provided for me. Their contributions help all Lancer student-athletes perform at our best.” Mark Montgomery Former Member of the longwood Baseball Team Current Member of the new york yankees Organization “I’d like to thank everyone who supports Longwood Athletics. My experience as a studentathlete was tremendous and I know it was because of the support I received from not only my coaches and teammates, but also from all the people who contributed to the Lancer Club.”
lancer Club Membership levels & Benefits Lancer ($25-$99)
Bronze Lancer ($100-$249)
Silver Lancer ($250-$499)
Gold Lancer ($500-$1,249)
Platinum Lancer ($1,250-$2,499)
All-American Lancer ($2,500-$4,999)
Hall of Fame Lancer ($5,000+)
Tax Deduction Lancer Club Auto Decal The Lance Newsletter Hospitality Room Pass - Basketball Lancer Club Magnet Elwood Bobblehead Lancer Club Merchandise Invitation to VIP Athletic Events Lancer Club Premium Apparel Tickets to Lancer Hall of Fame (2) Tickets to LABC (2) *Gifts to the Lancer Club and/or Longwood university totaling $1,250+ will qualify you as a President’s Circle member, entitling you to such benefits. For more information on the Lancer Club, including the many ways you can make a gift, please visit the Lancer Club link at www.longwoodlancers.com. You can also contact Scott Bacon at 434.395.2081 or via e-mail at email@example.com
September 8-9 Towson / Tignanelli Invitational Towson Golf & Country Club Individuals-Only / Delaware, 1st (614) 20-22
27-29 October 7-8 21-22 March 3-5 16-18 April 5-6 13-15
Yale Women's Intercollegiate The Course at Yale T-6th of 17 / 305-311-302--918 / Yale, 1st (874)
Penn State / Nittany Lion Invitational Penn State Blue Golf Course 6th of 14 / 302-307-306--915 / Kent State, 1st (873) East Carolina / Lady Pirate Intercollegiate Greenville Country Club T-14th of 16 / 326-319-303--948 / ETSU, 1st (897)
Campbell / Fighting Camel Fall Classic Keith Hills Country Club 9th of 11 / 324-305-322--951 / Campbell, 1st (887) Miami / Hurricane Invitational (54) Biltmore Golf Course
Phoenix, Md. New Haven, Conn. University Park, Pa.
Greenville, N.C. Buies Creek, N.C.
Coral Gables, Fla.
William and Mary / Middleburg Bank Intercollegiate (54) Kingsmill Resort River Course Williamsburg, Va. UNC Wilmington / Seahawk Classic (54) River Landng Country Club Big South Championships (54) The Patriot Golf Club
Wallace, N.C. Ninety Six, S.C.